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With her unique combination of skills in performance arts, production, writing and education she has established herself as one of Melbourne’s most exciting creative artists. - Sam Eacott

Since emigrating to Australia in 2005 Natasha Jynel has worked as a producer and arts educator with organisations such as the Multicultural Centre for Women's Health to create events, workshops and forums that engage the diverse communities of contemporary Australia. 

Through her work she has developed meaningful relationships with artists across a range of disciplines in Melbourne. These connections allow her to explore new ways that fashion, art, music, dance and poetry can be sewn together to create a more inclusive visual narrative. Working with ethical designers such as Diva Headwraps, SZN and The Social Studio Natasha Jynel has produced socially conscious fashion editorials for publications including Stella and Archer Magazine. 

In 2016 Natash Jynel took her creative energy from the page to the stage producing a self reflective Cabaret show Auto Bio Queen starring Karen From Finance, Zelia Rose, Frankie Valentine, Mojo Juju and more. Shortly afterwards she debuted her second stage show Threadbare which was presented in five languages, including Auslan, and featured costumes by Tamara Leacock of Remuse Designs.

When she is not behind the scenes producing, directing or writing Natasha Jynel can be found on stage as Bio Queen Beni Lola in  James Welsby's Yummy, or touring with Finuance & Smith Cabaret Company. 

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