Natasha Wellesley is an Executive Producer at Ventureland. She started her career in film and television working on projects for Paramount, 20th Century Fox, Sony, and MGM before transitioning into the advertising world. Her incredible industry knowledge positions her at the helm of entertainment. Forging unrivaled global brand partnerships, Natasha works alongside creators to develop original entertainment properties, innovative brand experiences, and breakthrough branded content.
Natasha continues to garner relationships with high-profile brands such as Netflix, Ford, Victoria’s Secret, Target, Amazon, Stacy’s, and Meta, across various platforms to create strong artistic and socially progressive statements that disrupt the branded entertainment landscape. Recent collaborations include the short film for Stacy’s RISE (Sundance), Sephora’s documentary Beauty of Blackness (TribecaX, HBO Max), KitchenAid’s documentary on women facing barriers in the culinary industry, A Woman's Place (TribecaX, Hulu), and LA Rams On-The-Clock. Natasha also co-created Indeed’s Rising Voices, an initiative in support of the next generation of BIPOC filmmakers (Tribeca, Amazon Prime).
Natasha has won more than 100 industry awards, including campaigns for Boost Mobile’s Boost Your Voice (Titanium and Grand Prix for Social Responsibility & Integrated), Expedia’s Dream Adventures (D&AD Awards), and lastly, UNICEF’s UNfairy Tales (Grand Prix for Good). Her other distinctions for that campaign include President Obama’s call to action to raise awareness of the Syrian refugee crisis.
Natasha has judged the Cannes Lions, One Show, YDA, AICP, Shorty’s, and has participated in various industry forums and panels, New Fronts, AICP Next Awards, San Diego Film Festival, Tribeca, and Sundance.Member Directory