Natalie was born in Israel in 1986. At the age of 18 she joined the Israeli Army and served as a photographer in the Navy as well as in the Israeli Defense force spokes unit. Natalie documented different operations, press conferences and training sessions, as well as documenting during the Second Lebanon War. Her work was published in military newspapers as well as Israeli news sources.
She moved to New York and has graduated with honors from the BFA program of photography at Parsons the New School for Design.
She works alongside with TED prize winner, street artist and photographer JR.
She has presented work in New York, Czech Republic and Israel.
Her work deals with subjects as sexuality, repression and discrimination as well as different moods explored through the human body. One of her current projects, Woman X, focuses on repression and discrimination that is projected against woman in Israel and abroad, from men in the extreme ultra orthodox religious sector. she has also received the "Hearst Scholarship" 1st place for this body of work.
Her work combines different mediums such as: photography, video works, text pieces, sculpture as well as pasting works in the street (street art).