Natalia Lazaro Prevost is a research-based artist and photographer working with photography, text, and historical archives. She produces visual narratives that stimulate critical thinking on social issues, especially in regards women, politics, and identity. Her body of work Unmaking the Menstruating Body marks her move away from classic forms of documentary photography, using photography, writing, and research to developing a provocative and clinical artistic voice within women conceptual art. Her documentary photography has been featured in newspapers such as El País, The Guardian, Corriere della Sera, and NGOs including UNHCR, Clowns Without Borders Spain, among others. She holds an MA Photography (2019-2020) at London College of Communication, University of Arts London, where she received a commendation for her work by The Sproxton Award for Photography, and the Metro Imaging Mentorship. She is currently freelancing and available for commercial commissions.