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Natascha Libbert (1973) lives and works in Amsterdam, Holland. After working for several years as an account manager at ad agency (FHV/BBDO), she decided to become a part-time flight attendant in order to go back to school and did this from 2002-2012. She studied photography at the Royal Academy of Arts (KABK) and graduated there in June 2009. Since 2014 she works full time as a visual artist and freelance photographer. She combines work in commission with her own projects.

Commissions: In 2016 I worked on a commission for the Province of Northern Holland about the sea locks (sluizen) at IJmuiden. This resulted in a personal navigation through the landscape of shipping. In 2018, I published a book about this subject 'I went looking for a ship'.

Previous commissions are for the ING Art Collection, the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands (Rijksdienst voor Cultureel Erfgoed), Marie-Stella Maris, Kennedy Van der Laan.



Industry work: I provide installation shots, corporate reportage and portraits for image banks, websites, magazines in The Netherlands and abroad.

A selection of clients: Airfrance KLM, KLM Nederland, De Volkskrant, FinCo Energies, Stichting Kröller Müller Museum, Sinds 1416, De Correspondent, het Loodswezen, TEFAF, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, HAVI, Airfrance KLM Martinair Cargo, design agency Beautiful Minds, Ontwikkelingsbedrijf NHN, De Oude Kerk, Rhenus, Kuehne + Nagel,  Holland Herald, Flying Dutchman, Phenster, MBO College Airport, Transavia, SkyTeam Alliance, Hearst magazines, KLM Cityhopper, PAN Amsterdam, Kennedy Van der Laan, NRG, Port of Amsterdam, Nouryon,  Zakenreis, Nouryon Chemicals, Stichting We Like Art, . 

If you have any questions about my work, methods or availability, please don't hesitate to contact me or refer to CV/Publications, Projects or Assignment work.