Born in France, she has lived in Spain since 1980. With a Master’s degree in Audiovisual Communication from the University of Valencia, she completed her postgraduate studies at the Catholic University of Valencia. In 2017 she completed the Executive MBA at the European University, and Senior Management at the University of California, Berkeley.
She has been working in the audiovisual sector since 1999 and in 2003 she produced her first feature film. After producing the independent feature films Escuchando A Gabriel, Cuatro Estaciones and El hombre De Las Mariposas, Nathalie redirected her career towards producing animated films. In 2017 she produced the animated feature Animal Crackers, an international project that features the voices of John Krasinski, Emily Blunt, Ian McKellen, Danny DeVito and Sylvester Stallone. That same year she founded Wise Blue Studios, with offices in Valencia, Tenerife and Los Angeles (USA).
Since 2019 she has been working on the development of her next feature film and animation series, MiBots, the company’s flagship which has already announced the signing of new international collaborations. In addition to this project, she produced and premiered in 2020 the television series La Fossa (TVC, À Punt Media, Bausan Films, Wise Blue Studios), directed by Agustí Vila, and produced and co-directed together with Maxi Valero the children’s series Hero Dad, premiered on À Punt Media, which has been distributed internationally through Wildbrain (formerly DHX). In 2021, she won the Goya for Best Animated Short Film with Blue & Malone: Casos Imposibles, directed by Abraham López Guerrero.