Natasha Freedman is a creative director working across the arts, with particular experience of directing imaginative programmes at the intersection of arts, health and the environment, producing
work outside conventional arts arenas and working with young people. She established and directed the programme of performing arts at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, was Deputy Director of the culture and climate organisation Cape Farewell, Director of Education for theatre company Complicite, and Director of ENO Baylis, the learning programme for English National Opera. She has curated exhibitions and festivals for Central School of Speech and Drama, the National Maritime Museum and the London College of Fashion. As a practicing artist she has led projects for Tate, the National Gallery, Royal College of Art and Royal Academy of Arts and is a regular visiting tutor at the National Film and Television School. She is on the board of Fevered Sleep and director of studio2909.