Author: Natalie

Kabul Camera

Thanks to the magic of Skype, film maker Tarique Qayumi and I recently talked about returning to his native Afghanistan and creating a TV series unlike anything the country had ever seen. My favorite part of the interview was when…

New gig: legacy.com

I’ve just begun writing for legacy.com. My first posted piece is about a young man named Taylor Loyd. I interviewed Taylor’s mother and father on the day of their son’s funeral. They were gracious and open and patient. I was…

Zip lining, anyone?

Being a hard-hitting journalist, I had to try a zip line before I tried one. And it was great. I can’t wait to get back to Go Ape and I’m definitely planning a trip to Spring Mountain. Rope ladders, Tarzan…

Taking Tidiness to its Most Obsessive

My interview with artist Ursus Wehrli appears in today’s “Philadelphia Inquirer.” Wehrli, who is also a comedian, likes things neat. His new book, “”The Art of Clean-Up: Life Made Neat and Tidy” shows how he’d clean up everything from the…