Natalie Condon is a filmmaker from Detroit, Michigan. She received her B.A. in Screen Arts & Cultures from the University of Michigan, and her first narrative short, Grace, screened at the Feel Good Film Festival in Los Angeles. In 2011, she ventured into commercial work as a writer, producer, and assistant director for a series of Mountain Dew web commercials commissioned by Pepsi Global. She later traveled to Haiti to film a short documentary about Poured Out, a non-profit that installs biosand water filters to help people in the midst of the country's cholera epidemic. In 2015, she worked as a cinematographer on the feature length documentary, The Writer's Block in the Rivera Court, which premiered at the Detroit Film Theater. Natalie is a videographer for the University of Michigan's College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and a screener for the Ann Arbor Film Festival.