After a meeting and interview in August 2010, artist Harold Smith

and Natasha decided to collaborate on several projects together. This project was Harold's first feature film. The documentary was welcomed and applauded by the KC artist community and featured at an independent theatre in New York. Natasha, her life, her beliefs and her art are the focus of this "abstractumentary" entitled

Natasha-Portrait of An Urban Poet.

 

 

 

Natasha: Portrait of An Urban Poet

A Harold Smith Film 

Photo Credit: Harold Smith

Art Saved My Life, a film by Damon Lee Patterson features Natasha (at the 43:09 mark) and several other talented artists who speak candidly about the role art has played in the preservation of their lives. This diverse work of art debuted to three sold out shows at the KC Fringe Festival in 2013.

Art Saved My Life

Kansas City Dreamin'

Local photographer, Jazz enthusiast, Diallo Javonne French creates a beautiful display of Kansas City talent and places KC as a special place in the nation's art. Natasha features (24:00 mark) with her original poetry paired with Diallo's photography during a Janelle Monáe concert in her hometown of KC.