Associate Producer & Story Editor
Natasha is a PhD student at the University of British Columbia and a graduate student member of the UBC Centre for Migration Studies. A parent and second-generation settler Canadian, she is interested in the intersections of migration and health, the role of music and art for individual and collective wellbeing, and its potential for promoting equitable participation, conversation of social issues, and positive social change.
Her first experience with a feature length documentary was as researcher/co-writer with Jordan Paterson on Tricks on the Dead The Story of the Chinese Labour Corps in WWI. Moved by the intertwined stories of Ying Wang and Shi Ming and his family, she began collaborating on The World is Bright in 2014.