Natasha assists the Librarian with the management and development of the Centre’s Library collections. She has specific responsibility for exhibition catalogue acquisition and management of journal and auction catalogue subscriptions. She facilitates the day-to-day running and maintenance of the Public Study Room and, alongside other members of Collections staff, answers enquiries concerning the collections.

Natasha holds a BA (Hons) in History of Art & Theory from the University of Essex; a PgDip in Museum Studies from the University of Leicester and a DipLis in Library and Information Studies from University College London. She has worked at the Paul Mellon Centre in the past as Cataloguer and Librarian (covering maternity leave) and as Librarian and Learning Resources Manager across various other art and research institutions in London including: Christie’s Education, The Royal Academy of Arts, The National Portrait Gallery and Camberwell College of Arts.

Natasha is eclectic in her art tastes and historical interests, but is particularly keen on collage and surrealist art work and is working on an artist’s estate related to this in her personal time.