Natalie's first EP, "Show & Tell," was a labor of love. Completely self-funded, and with the help of a friend/co-writing partner, Justin Hogan, Show & Tell was born. It's full of warm arrangements and material that avoids formula. The self-titled track, "Show and Tell," brings more of a classic feel, while "The Professional" is a yearning tune that explores the heartbreak of loving a womanizer. Everything comes together on "Maybe," a soulful, diva song with tones that resonate, co-produced by Tyler Johnson (Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran, Harry Styles, Elle King, Taylor Swift, Cam).
After being laid-off from her full time job in 2012, Natalie found comfort in music and decided to release her second EP, "Shine Your Light," which was fully funded by her fans through crowdfunding. “When I Fall,” co-written with Cam (Grammy nominated for "Burning House") and Douglas Showalter (Cam, Rafferty, Mr. Molehil, Dyrtybyrd), veers a little towards country pop and “has a level of emotion that resonates fast as well a strong and memorable chorus hook.” -Taxi.com. “So Close” has an infectiousness that's gives the chorus a contagious style that's hard to get away from, and “Pieces” is a compelling, dark and moody song with thought provoking lyrics and an honest vocal performance that connects emotionally.
Songwriting gives Natalie the voice she felt she never had and allows her to connect with people on a level that doesn’t always seem possible through everyday conversations, which is apparent on her third and latest EP, "Brave is Beautiful," produced by Wayne G. Miller (Christina Perri). This is Natalie's most emotional, revealing, and vulnerable album yet. With the release of this EP, she hopes to reach more fans and inspire others to follow the quiet whispers in their heart trying to lead them to true happiness. “Take another step, chase all the limits to find your strength, ‘cause darling brave is beautiful.”