Natalie Romero-Marx was born and raised in Barranquilla, Colombia. She is a multimedia and performance artist, filmmaker, cultural producer, and educator working and living between New York City and New Jersey. She has collaborated in multiple interdisciplinary projects in Latin America, the United States, and Europe. She begun her career producing films that addressed the humanitarian crisis and displacement caused by paramilitary violence in Colombia. In 2008, she immigrated to the U.S where she has worked in experimental film, contemporary dance, avant-garde theatre, and performance art. She is an adjunct professor of film in the School of Communication and Media in Montclair State University. Exploring themes such as memory and identity of the African diaspora and Indigenous histories and spirituality across the Americas, she reconnects with her ancestral roots through her work. Ecofeminism, immigration, and decolonization are also topics that underline her artistic, professional, and educational practice.