Natalie Sharp has been working as a skin decorator since the age of 13. Her work has been published and exhibited internationally for the likes of The British Library, Philharmonie de Paris, The Huffington Post, New York Times, The Guardian, the BBC and Channel 4 to name but a few. Her clients cover a very broad range including Vogue, Google and Sony.
Natalie’s work is always surreal and her training in fashion and music has led her to work with a roster of artists from the ground upwards. She has been described as “An iconic misfit of the first order” by Phyllis Cohen and continues to collaborate with esteemed photographers like Perou, receiving her initial training by Rankin.
Natalie’s work has achieved viral Internet success in the form of her self-painted images of album artwork, for International Record Store Day. This has put her on the global map and helped open up the art of face painting to an international audience.