Nathalie is a creative director for One Fine Day, which she co-founded in 2004. The firm’s clients include ABC Family, The CW, HBO, Viacom, Universal, Showtime, McCann&Erikson, and Grey advertising.
Raised in Paris, France, Nathalie spent the majority of her time “somewhat unsupervised” as a child. This atmosphere “mercifully free of grown ups” as well as an early love of reading, was key to the development of the powerful imagination and inquisitive nature evident in Nathalie’s work. Her affinity for books also led to a love of typography and stories, which still informs her design sensibility.
After receiving a degree in history from the Sorbonnes University, Nathalie studied graphic design at Parsons School of Design in Paris and New York.
She then joined R/G A, where she worked closely under then creative director Jakob Trollbäck whom she followed in 1999 to Trollback&Co as art director and creative director.
At present Nathalie is fascinated and inspired by punk rock, brutalism, the Muppets, teen angst, insects and spaceships. This list is constantly evolving along with her modes of expression, which currently encompass painting, illustration and the practice of modern dance.