Natasha Davis is an artist and producer of projects in a range of media including live performance, installation, film and publication. She has created in community settings as well as at large venues, for festivals, in galleries, black boxes, warehouses, on ten-mile walk trails, ghost trains, conferences and online, in the UK and across five continents.

In addition to her work at Told by an Idiot, Natasha is currently curating events for Across Borders programme in Berlin, and is a member of the Creative Freelancers: Shaping London’s Recovery, a City Hall research project on the future of freelancing in London. Prior to that Natasha produced independent artists such as Marisa Carnesky and Guy Dartnell, led on the Chisenhale Dance Space strategic development through Dance and the Homemade, managed international Akram Khan Co touring, and was executive curator of the IFTR cultural showcase in 2014.

Before her work as an independent producer Natasha managed portfolios and grants, produced projects and advised artists on UK and international development while at Arts Council England and at the British Council in the UK and Syria. She holds a doctorate from Warwick University and delivers talks across the world.