Natalie Davis
Posted on June 23, 2014 by Natalie Davis on art, film, inspiration, life

We Are The Best!

I can’t help but smile wide watching the trailer for “We Are The Best!, ” a Swedish film by Lukas Moodysson. The film follows two 13-year-old best friends who are outcasts at their school for being punk rockers after punk is dead. But, guys, punk’s not dead! The film was released in the US at […]

Posted on May 15, 2013 by Natalie Davis on art, film

The Artist is Present

HBO is currently airing the documentary “Marina Abramovic The Artist is Present” about Abramovic’s 2010 MoMA retrospective. I’ve watched many clips from this performance piece, inspired by how powerful it can be to sit for a minute in silence in front of another person. It’s a small moment, but when you see her committed to […]

Posted on July 26, 2012 by Natalie Davis on film, inspiration, music, Uncategorized

Randall Poster

photo by Lyle Owerke Randall Poster is a music supervisor for films that have shaped me as a person. Best known for his work with Wes Anderson, he’s also been behind films like Kids, Boys Don’t Cry, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, I’m Not There, and TV shows Lost and Boardwalk Empire. Recently I discovered some […]

Posted on February 15, 2012 by Natalie Davis on film, inspiration


After much anticipation, I went to see “Pina” tonight with Ben. I’ve had the trailer on repeat in the studio, and the film went beyond my expectations. It is literally breath taking to watch the power of dance to convey emotions. I felt myself swing from fear to joy to laugh out loud laughter at […]

Posted on January 16, 2012 by Natalie Davis on film, Typography

Moonrise Kingdom

The new Wes Anderson trailer for Moonrise Kingdom hit last week and I may have watched it at least 6x in a row. Folks tend to fawn all over Anderson because his visual stories are so rich. The production quality alone can leave you spinning in a dizzy, as he just layers and layers the […]