Born in 1988, Natisha is a software engineer by education and a strong believer in the visual medium.
She freelances for TwoCircles.net (Mainstream media for the marginalised) and is working on a project, which focuses on breaking stereotypes about the Muslim community.
Natisha wants to concentrate on the stories of social relevance and hopes that her images contribute to the enhancement of public awareness of unbalanced situations.
National Foundation for India- Child Survival Media Fellowship 2014-15 in association with Save the Children
Project Title: Life on the Edge
Neel Dongre Grant for Excellence in Photography (India Photo Archive Foundation): 2013-14
Project Title: Maids of Gurgaon
Photocrati Fund- Honorable Mentions: 2013
Project Title: Life on The Edge
Angkor Photo Festival Workshop- Scholarship Student: 2012
Oslo University College Grant sponsored by Norwegian Foreign Affairs Ministry: 2012
Life on the Edge: A photography exhibition under the Child Survival Media Awards 2014-15 by National Foundation for India & Save the Children.
At: India Habitat Center, Lodhi Road, 6 October 2015 – 12 October 2015.
Public Art- Photography Exhibition: Eye my city by Alliance Francaise Delhi, Gurgaon Centre.
At: DLF Cyber Hub, Gurgaon, 14 February 2015- 6 March 2015.
Millennium Dreams (Group show) by India Photo Archive Foundation at India International Centre (IIC) : April 2014
Noor-Nikon Masterclass 2015 in Bayeux (Normandy), France
Mentors: Sebastian Liste & Andrea Bruce
Angkor Photo Workshop 2012 in Siem Reap, Cambodia
Mentors: Justin Mott and Suthep Kritsanavarin
Master-Class and Documentary Photography Workshop: Photography for Social Impact by Dr. Shahidul Alam organized by Drik India & British Council in Kolkata 2012.
Oslo University College Workshop- Kolkata 2012 conducted by Drik India in Association with OUC & Pathshala, Bangladesh.
Mentors: Greg Marinovich & Munem Wasif.