Born in Lima, Peru. She lived in the USA until she returned to her country as a teenager, which exposed her mind to different realities and cultures. Nathalia studied Communications and Film. Worked 8 years as a Creative Director in J. Walter Thompson and obtained several awards, including the New York Festival, the Gran Prix, Fiptour, Brazil and Festival de Gramados, Spain.
She has traveled extensively on her own, writing and photographing both for commissions and personal projects. Nathalia's journey has taken her to more than 60 countries around the world. Including South and Central America, most of the Caribean, all Western Europe, India, Nepal, Turkey, Morroco, Hong Kong Japan, Russia, Scandinavia, Polynesia, Maldives, Cambodia and Vietnam.
As a result of her great interest in different cultures and her country's amazing heritage. Nathalia created Odisea Terra, producers of "Rostros del Perú" and directed 4 documentaries:
Between Dances and Gods, Booraas Magical World, Into the Amazon and The Sons of Lake Titicaca., sold throughout Europe and recognized in several film festivals.
Nathalia is actively involved in several projects to make a difference in her community and the world.
She created H.A.M.B.R.E in Lima, Perú, a non profit organization inspired on a critical understanding that an impressive amount of edible food is thrown away daily, meanwhile, a number of people struggle to get a-plate of food.
She is a children's author, her book Islands of Adventure published by Planeta is an eco friendly story that creates awareness in kids.
Nathalia is invited by schools and organizations to inspire in children respect for nature and their environment.
Nathalia now lives with her family in USA after 14 years living in the Bahamas.
She is a filmmaker with a journalist mind and the spirit of a restless traveler.