Natasha offers film and video production services for a wide variety of projects, from film, TV and commercials, to corporate work, not for profit, music and promotional videos. She can provide post production services such as editing (Final Cut Pro X) and colour grading. Recent clients have included Woolmark, Sky Channel, Blue Mountains Adventure Company, Belvoir St Theatre, Wargaming Asia and CST Tax Advisors.
Natasha has expertise in roping and rigging and offers camerawork in extreme environments and locations, including cliffs, canyons and mountains. She is also commercially approved by CASA to operate a drone for aerial filming and photography. Natasha can also provide additional qualified roping guides and other logistical services for productions, especially in her local area the Blue Mountains and Sydney.
Shooting with a Canon 7D and a wide range of high quality lenses, Natasha's photographs have graced the pages of several Australian and International magazines and books.
Natasha's photographic services are available either in conjunction with filming or for independent projects.
Natasha is an experienced and passionate camera operator, with expertise in adventure filmmaking. She has a Diploma in Screen and Media, and an Advanced Diploma in Cinematography from the Australian Film, Television and Radio School. With her brother, Adam Sebire, Natasha is co-founder and co-director of the unique Vertical Film Festival. This film festival, which showcases film and video shot in 9:16 format, was the world’s first competition for vertical film.
A qualified multi-pitch climbing and abseiling guide, Natasha has over 20 years of climbing and mountaineering experience across the world. It was while climbing in these wild and beautiful places that she discovered a passion for filmmaking, striving to capture the essence of a place, whether it be action and adventure, or the people, places, and environment. Natasha received the prestigious Australian Geographic ‘Spirit of Adventure Award’ for first ascents in remote mountains ranges, some of which she captured on film such as her short film 'Resounding Silence' which was a finalist in many international mountain film festivals.