Natasha Hussein is the Creator of Super Imaginary. She is self taught multidisciplinary maker and designer. Her previous life included academic training in Materials Chemistry, graduating from the University of Bristol in 2010. Natasha spent the years following in finance, writing the Fulfilment Manifesto, a book endorsed by Harvard Business Review writer James Allworth. As Editor of The Startup Magazine, Natasha took the publication from web to mobile and tablet; made the business of design a feature interviewing pioneers including Gadi Amit, the designer of the Fitbit; and writing marketing campaigns for companies including Google. Natasha brings her imagination and her experiences in Chemistry and business towards bespoke commissions and her ongoing creative practice. 

Natasha’s purpose is restore the aliveness, colour and vibrancy to everyday life. I believe that life is precious, worth celebrating and that love is at the core of all that is good. Beauty is an expression of love. I believe beauty can be intelligent, inventive and sensual. I believe beauty, fun and joy nourishes the human spirit. Beauty brings order where there is chaos; light where there is darkness; love where there is fear. Beauty considers quality of life and asks that we get the most done whilst doing no harm. Beauty brings us back to ourselves and requires integrative, inclusive thinking.