Nathalie studied Art History from 1990 - 93 at the École du Louvre, Paris in her native France. She then spent two years in Belgium studying Scenography at the Academie Royale des Beaux Arts de Liège.
Nathalie then moved to London to take up a place at Central St Martin's College of Art to study Theatre Design. Following her graduation in 1999, she assisted Ralph Koltai on Opera North's production of "Genoveva", and also worked as a graduate assistant in Scenography at the Laban Dance Centre.
In 2000, Hampstead Theatre commissioned Nathalie to create a 3D visualisation of their new building. Following this, in 2001, Zaoum Company commissioned her to design a computer animation for their production of "Hamlet".
Nathalie also has a diploma in 3D animation and special effects from the NAD Centre, Montreal. She specialised in Digital Scenography, particularly focusing on the relationship between Theatre and computer visualisation.
Her set design credits include:
"La Tonnelle" and "Charlie Brown" directed by Alain-Guy Jacob; "The Downsizing of Hell" for the Outlaw Theatre Company, "The Marchioness Inquiry" and "Sticks and Stones" for the Gutted Film and Theatre Company; "Comme dans un Rêve de Molière" for Les Uns Visible company - Avignon Festival.
At the end of 2005, she came back to England to work for the RSC as a Design Assistant to Nick Ormerod for "Great Expectations" directed by Declan Donnellan.
Since April 2006, Nathalie Maury has been a design consultant for London-based theatre consultants Charcoalblue Ltd.