In 2012, now as an experienced designer, she started her full employment at Marine Project. It was not difficult for her to quickly implement her knowledge in design into the beauty of the yachting industry.
She got a degree from the Faculty of Technical Sciences, Department of Graphic Engineering and Design. However, Natasa began her work experience before enrolling at the University. In 2002 she started work on the local television Pannonia, as she wanted to earn her own money over the summer and help her parents pay for her education. She liked the job of an assistant director so much that she kept her employment on TV for the following 8 years. What she enjoyed the most was shooting TV shows, their live broadcasting and communication between guests and programme organizers. Having demonstrated good organizational skills, she became the head of the department and remained in this position for 4 years.
As much as she loved her job at RTV Pannonia, it was not really what she was officially educated for. She, therefore, decided to make a change in her life and return to her beloved graphic design. She left her job at TV, and whilst learning how to design, she picked up a job as a catering and event manager. Through freelancing, she learned and gained experience in branding and graphic design. It is worth mentioning that, as a freelancer, but also as an amateur designer, she won several first prizes at public logo design open competitions.
It is here where a new page in Natasa’s life needed to be turned. In 2012, now as an experienced designer, she started her full employment at Marine Project. It was not difficult for her to quickly implement her knowledge in design into the beauty of the yachting industry. With 15 years of experience at this point, Natasa is able to turn all the ideas that team has into reality, whether they require web or graphic design skills and knowledge. With her excellent organizational skills, she never gives up when a new solution is to be found.
Natasa is a creative person and loves handcraft. In her free time, she is always making something (whether jewelry or delicious meals). In 2020, she became mother to a wonderful baby girl, which gives her even greater pleasure to pass all her knowledge and skills of handcraft (and design) to her daughter.