Natasa Koumi is a Greek writer, performer and director. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Religious, Philosophy & Sociology Studies (2004 - 2010, UOA) but, also, in Film, Theatre & Performance (2009 - 2012, IDS). She studied Journalism, too (2009 - 2010, LOPJ).
In 2012, she attended a filmmaking workshop designed by Athina Rachel Tsangari, in which she produced four short films («43» etc.).
In 2017, she got her Master's Degree in Creative Arts (OCA).
Natasa is a founding member of Uzumaki Theatre Group (2018 - on), Yūyake (2023 - on, Stegi.Radio) and the music projects: HADA (2018 - on) and Śtāstra (2022 - on).
In 2018, she wrote, performed and directed the monologue «σΩμΑ» (Uzumaki Theatre Group, Tempus Verum - En Athinais Theatre).
In 2019, she published her first poem collection («Krak», Odos Panos Publications).
Natasa has worked as a freelance journalist / photographer for VICE Greece (2014 - 2017), LIFO (2015), GREKA (2015), OZON Magazine (2013 - 2014) and as an assistant director (ERT, 2021 - 2023). For the period 2021 - 2023, she worked as a content manager for Athens Fashion Film Festival (AFFF).
She is currently working as a drama therapist / special education teacher (2023 - on, PSPA).