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Natasha Sattler Joins Ethos Studios

Post-production house Ethos Studio welcomes Natasha Sattler as their head of production. This marks a true moment of growth for the Ethos crew, having added two other new roles just last month, post producer Sam Cesan and production coordinator Dylan Palley.   

Maryland native Natasha Sattler set sights on a career in filmmaking early on. In grade school, she would write full television scripts and perform plays for family and friends. While attending the University of Central Florida for Film, she discovered her love for producing, in addition to her long-standing passion for writing. 

Natasha moved to Los Angeles ten days after her college graduation and hit the ground running. She landed a job as a Post Production Coordinator early on, working on the Disney film Oz The Great and Powerful. Upon completion of that film, she moved into post coordinating for commercials and later went on to spend nearly half a decade working for the international award-winning production company, Smuggler, as a Post Production Supervisor. While there, she worked on over 300 commercial campaigns, including Cannes Lions, Emmy, AICP, and D&AD winners, and many other awards. Among the most rewarding work was the music video for Smile, from Jay-Z’s 4:44 album, an ode to his mother’s life story. Natasha has also worked for Jump as a post producer on broadcast commercial campaigns and digital projects, and at Company 3 in both their film trailer and commercial divisions. 

“I am beyond thrilled to be joining Ethos as head of production,” says Natasha. “This is a dream job for me – to work with such a talented team and use my experience to the benefit of an amazing company that is doing fantastic work.”

“Natasha is a phenomenal producer and she will be a strong leader for our crew,” says James Drew, founder and executive producer of Ethos. “Her career to date has been filled with stellar work and impressive collaborations. We are very happy to have her at Ethos.”   

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