About Britt Natalia
My academic background in International Relations has led me to a variety of new places and experiences, which subsequently helped foster many of my creative passions.
While my studies focused on the politics and foreign affairs of the world, the work I enjoy on a daily basis is anything that allows me to creatively tell a story, through a variety of mediums.
After living abroad for a few years, primarily Spain, India, South Korea, and Nairobi, Kenya, I returned to Washington, D.C., to participate in the George Washington University's Documentary Filmmaking Institute. During my time at the Institute, I fine tuned my cinematography skills, serving as the Director of Photography for a number of video projects, while also gaining substantial experience with audio recording and lighting setup, amongst other duties.
Currently, I am the Director of Media & Business Innovation for the NGO, Human Connections, based in Bucerías, Mexico. Previously, I worked as a camera operator for a DC-based independent news TV studio, an event photographer for the Diplomatic Courier, and as an assistant videographer/photographer for a DC-based Television series. I've freelanced for documentaries for VICE, PBS, the Smithsonian Channel, and Nat Geo WILD. Additionally, I've written content for National Geographic Magazine's International Editions (Behind the Scenes and Explorers Journal), published in the Fall of 2015.
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