About

Photo: Zoya Lynch

Photo: Zoya Lynch

Originally from Australia, Nat is known for her high energy, adventurous spirit and driven personality,

For six years Nat traveled the world as a top competitor in freeride skiing events taking podiums on both the Freeride and Freeskiing World Tours while based out of the USA and Chamonix Mont-Blanc.

After spearheading Shifting Ice and Changing Tides (2014), a human-powered ski-sail expedition which included nine first descents in southern Greenland, she shifted gears away from competition to ski projects and filming.

Nat recently teamed up with her sister, Anna Segal and adventure filmmaker, Bjarne Salén to produce Finding The Line. A documentary film that uses skiing as a vehicle to explore fear and how we as humans deal with this emotion.

Nat now lives in Revelstoke, BC, where she is focusing progressing her skills in all types of mountain terrain and producing female driven content that is exciting, original and raw. In the same vein as Finding The Line, her aim is to discuss topical issues that will speak to an audience wider than just sports fans.

Career Highlights

  • Featured in films Finding The Line by Birds of A Feather, Pure by Shades of Winter, 5 Niseko Stories by My House Productions, Shifting Ice & Changing Tides by KT Miller.

  • Ski projects featured in The Ski Journal, Backcountry Magazine, Aka Skidor, Forecast Magzine, Side Teton Gravity Research.com, Powder Online and Freeskier Online.

  • Written articles for Sidetracked Magazine, Chillfactor Magazine and NZ Skier.

  • National Geographic Young Explorer Grant Recipient.

  • Polartec Challenge Grant Recipient.

  • No Man’s Land Film Grant Recipient.

  • Completed backcountry expeditions to Greenland, Iceland, New Zealand, Canada and France .

  • 2013 Freeride World Tour Athlete (3rd Place Revelstoke).

  • 2012 Freeskiing World Tour Qualifiers Champion.

  • 6 years competing on Freeride World Tour & Freeskiing World Tour (with multiple podiums).

  • Co-founder and coach for Chicks with Stix (Australian Women’s Progression Camps).

natjsegal@gmail.com

@nat_segal