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Meet Trailblazer Natasha Kojic

Today we’d like to introduce you to Natasha Kojic.

Born and raised in Serbia, former Yugoslavia. After graduating at the Music Academy in Serbia, Natasha received a scholarship for Berklee College of Music in Boston and moved to the U.S.

She transitioned from a Singer/Songwriter career back-home to a Composer for TV/Films/Producer/Actor in the U.S. Joined SAG AFTRA Union as an actor upon moving to Los Angeles where she started working for various film productions in front and behind the cameras.

While in Los Angeles, after numerous of internships in film and music industry, she started composing for various music productions such as Megatrax, with numerous music licensing for Television, such as “ Michelle Obama documentary” for CNN, ABC, Discovery Channel episodes, trailers etc. Also, she has started working as an assistant to a film composer Christopher Young. Recently, Natasha has released her electro-orchestral Album on Itunes, Spotify and Apple Music, called “Electro Streams” and is currently composing music for a fantasy/thriller movie “Coven”. There is a pilot show she is producing for the network, but she asks to keep it low key until the next interview.

Often, we can see her in a numerous TV shows, or you might wonder what actors she borrowed the body parts for, but regardless, acting is just another revenue of her career, that she enjoys.

As a young entrepreneur, concerning Social Media Marketing, she is creating digital content with various brands in a field of technology, fitness, health, and wellness.

Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
There is a saying: “It never gets easier, you only get stronger”, so I think that would answer your question.
When I look back and analyze, there is always a mixture of hardships and easiness in life. It is never black or white, therefore, we are all in the same boat with that unwritten rule of balance…

What would be your advice to fellow ladies in the industry?
My advice to the ladies that are just starting their journey would be to take every advice or even an encouragement with a grain of salt… another saying: “Only in Hollywood you can die out of encouragement,”lol… So, ladies, stay smart and rational!

Please tell us more about your work, what you are currently focused on and most proud of.
Well, I have nothing much to say but to continue doing what I do and work on my craft. Currently, I am composing music for the movie “Coven”, creating digital content for companies in my favorite field of technology and fitness, soon to start working on a pilot show after the movie, so that’s about it. I am always proud of people I work with, and not sure if that is a pure luck, but the close people I work with are inspiring, fun, unique individual.

We noticed that you love sports and workouts?
Yes. I have grew up training tennis (I am from Serbia, remember haha) and after that when music took over, I still remained a hidden, failed athlete at heart,haha. Seriously, my free time is always reserved for tennis or intense hikes.

Which women have inspired you in your life?
Women that have inspired me in life: My mother, because, even while being a bad cop throughout my childhood, now I can see the bigger picture. I see how much trouble I caused in general and she still have patience and nervs, haha…for more…haha.

Aside of my mom: Jane Fonda, Nicole Kidman, Lana Del Rey, Natalie Portman, and Oprah Winfrey. These woman have that X factor which requires more than a few sentences to talk about.

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Matt Ordeshook, Los Angeles, CA, Luca Funduk, NYC

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