Actor, Director, Educator Natasha Lee Martin

Horses Helping Humans

Aug 17 2022 • 55 mins

Natasha Lee Martin started working at a young age as a performer, then evolved into directing, writing and producing in television and film roles on networks such as FOX, TLC, DISNEY, NIPPON TV JAPAN and is co-owner of FRICTIONS.TV along with renowned director and visual effects artist Jean-Marc Demmer and Director of Photography Steven Petitteville.

She has worked with world renowned directors such as M. Wakabayashi, Arthur Penn, Justin Lin and Spike Lee. Natasha holds an MFA in Acting Pedagogy and trained at the Actor's Studio Program in New York City extensively from world renowned director Arthur Penn (Bonnie and Clyde, The Miracle Worker) executive producer of Law and Order Estelle Parsons and Digby Wolfe, where she learned to take risk, excavate the stories of real characters and authenticate herself into the work. Natasha’s thrill for working under pressure, love for problem solving and talent for innovation within the strictest borders, define her work and she tries to bring levity, enthusiasm and groundedness to every collaboration.

Natasha also has her 100 ton captain's license and is an ASA certified sailing instructor.

For more about Natasha and her work www.natashaleemartin.com

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