Natasha Nyanin

Natasha Nyanin

Natasha Nyanin a London-born, Ghanaian writer and creative consultant currently based in New York City. Her work and words have appeared on CNN, Conde Nast Traveler, Departures, Travel + Leisure, New York Magazine, Paper, Food & Wine, and Man Repeller among several others. Her work lives at the nexus of travel, language, style& design, cuisine, and the arts. She's been the subject of features in numerous publications including Architectural Digest, Curbed, and Glamour. In all that she shares, she is propelled by cinema director Agnes Varda's sentiment: "I do not want to show things, but to give people the desire to see."

Most Recent Works

My Trip to Senegal Felt Like a Movie with a Memorable Cast of Characters

My Trip to Senegal Felt Like a Movie with a Memorable Cast of Characters

Ever since I watched director Djibril Diop Mambety’s cinematic poem of a film, Touki Bouki, I have been captivated by the idea of his home country, Senegal. If the uneven pacing, vibrant color juxtapositions, and very spirit of this film, described by director Martin Scorsese as, “mad with raw, wild energy,” was anything to go … Continued
My Trip to Senegal Felt Like a Movie with a Memorable Cast of Characters

My Trip to Senegal Felt Like a Movie with a Memorable Cast of Characters

Ever since I watched director Djibril Diop Mambety’s cinematic poem of a film, Touki Bouki, I have been captivated by the idea of his home country, Senegal. If the uneven pacing, vibrant color juxtapositions, and very spirit of this film, described by director Martin Scorsese as, “mad with raw, wild energy,” was anything to go … Continued