Meet Natalie Edgar, Producer/ Director living in Brooklyn NY! While creating her documentary for Complex News’ “A New Medellin” she found herself trying to balance her full time job at Apple Music while still giving her all to this passion project. She loves visual storytelling through film/photography, plants and books. To Natalie power means, To be able to confidently walk her own path instead of following someone else’s. This story was submitted in collaboration with ENVSN.
Where are you from?
What did you study in school and why?
Visual Journalism. BC the power of stories has always intrigued me.
Where do you live today?
What is your job/career?
Producer / Director
What is a challenge you have faced or currently face and how are you overcoming it?
Finishing up my latest project “A New Medellin” was a struggle. It was hard to balance out this passion project along with the responsibilities that come from my full time job over at Apple Music. It meant a lot of weekend shifts and late nights, but I knew it would be well worth it.
To be able to confidently walk my own path instead of following someone else’s.
Do you have a favorite product or item you love that makes you feel great?
Hell yes. The Hibiscus lotion bar from Papa Rozier Farms is my shit. This little shop in Bushwick is absolutely amazing. All of their products are directly from their organic farm in Haiti. They’re not only free of nasty chemicals, but their profits also go to their education program in Haiti so I absolutely love supporting them.
What are your passions, hobbies, interests?
Visual storytelling through film or photography, plants, books.