Natasha is a Portuguese-interpreter-turned graphic designer with a BFA degree in Graphic Design with a minor in Communication Studies from FAU.  In her professional life, she aims to create understanding where there is none through the use of visual communication. 

Growing up as a first generation American, Natasha learned first-hand how being lost in translation has serious consequences. She relied on the contexts she could create in her sketchbook in order to visually get her ideas across. Her experience with language is paired with her creativity and design skills to achieve the goal of clear communication. Always the optimist, her personal design philosophy is: “Every problem has a solution, and every cloud has a Silva lining.” Evidently, she is also an aficionado of puns.