Natasha Botelho Cook is a London-based artist from the USA and Brazil, who specialises in painting, film, and installation. Her work delves into themes of memory, time, and environmental consciousness. Graduating with a first-class bachelor's degree from Central Saint Martins in 2023, Natasha was the UK winner of the 2023 M&C Saatchi and Saatchi Gallery Art For Change prize. Her winning installation, "The Garden of Dried Roses," was exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery in London for six weeks. Nominated for the Cass Art Prize and the MullenLowe Nova award in 2023, she earned the Phoebe Llewelyn Smith Fine Art Award in 2022. Natasha has also collaborated on projects with Central Saint Martins staff and alumni, exploring memory and archive at The Victoria & Albert Museum, La Chapelle in Paris, and The John Soane Museum.