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Dubbed as the "Queen of the Sky" by the Huffington Post, Misshattan seamlessly melds her passion for travel with thrilling aerial viewpoints to craft visually captivating shots that stir up sensory emotions. Despite the challenge of balancing her finance career with her love for photography, she ultimately left her corporate job to wholeheartedly pursue her artistic and travel aspirations in 2013. Ever since, Misshattan has gallivanted around the world, enchanting her fans with a stunning collection of images that beckon an unquenchable wanderlust, while simultaneously highlighting the tranquil beauty that can be unearthed from heart-stopping angles.
The Misshattan brand not only provides magnetizing photography; it also serves as a mantra for those who have the audacity to pursue their dreams.
After graduating from Stony Brook University, Natalie Amrossi moved to Manhattan to pursue a career in finance while exploring her true passion, photography. One morning, after a sleepless night taking photos for Jaguar throughout the city, she went to work but couldn’t stop thinking about the images waiting for her at home. It was then that she realized she couldn’t keep juggling her career and her passion, so she decided to dedicate herself to photography full time. She handed in her notice that day, in 2014, adopted the Misshattan moniker, and never looked back.
The captivating glimpse Misshattan offered into the bustling life of a daring New York City native took social media by storm, growing an audience of followers that were inspired by her journey. They came along when she decided to give up her apartment and travel for a year in 2019, providing suggestions of places to explore. She added those destinations to a custom wheel and gave it a spin, landing on Vancouver, where she headed the very next day. That year she traveled the world, visiting Hong Kong, Thailand, Qatar, Israel, India, and even camped in Mount Fuji Japan with her favorite artist Kaws, for his "KAWS:Holiday" exhibition.
Aerial photography is just one of Misshattan’s passions, she also has a love of collaboration and has worked with brands like Nike, Adidas, Cadillac, Jaguar, and more to create authentic and energizing content. In 2021, Misshattan was also named as one of Canon’s Co-Lab visionaries, joining a celebrated group of world-renowned photographers and cinematographers. The Stony Brook University 40 Under 40 honoree has had her photography featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Vogue, as well as numerous other major publications.
Misshattan has designed the album cover for “Real Late,” a hip-hop compilation album by Peter Rosenberg featuring artists like Method Man, Styles P, Jim Jones, Raekwon, and Ghostface Killah. She collaborated with Hex Brand to create a custom Misshattan Camera Capsule, a collection of camera bags incorporating one of her signature aerial images in the lining. Her aerial imagery was also utilized in the Boda Skins x Misshattan Limited Edition Leather Jacket, which was such a success that Boda Skins worked with Misshattan to create additional limited edition releases featuring her imagery.
In 2022, Instagram selected Misshattan to post the first ever authenticated NFT (non-fungible token) on the IG platform before releasing the feature to the public. Her NFT journey started in August 2021, when she sold out less than 10 minutes after announcing “Flight Club,” a collection of images of her feet dangling outside of an open helicopter door, a style of photography that Misshattan first popularized in 2014 and has since become a global trend. For International Women’s Day in 2022, Misshattan partnered with Nifty Gateway for a showcase of artwork from women around the world and was the only participant whose work sold out. Her most recent NFT drop sold for 8 ETH on SuperRare.
Throughout her expansive career, Misshattan has also worked as a Cadillac Ambassador, appearing in commercials and at events like the ESPYS alongside ambassador Kelly Rowland; been a long-term partner of Heineken, traveling to festivals across the United States like Coachella, Outside Lands, EDC, and Governor’s Ball; displayed her “Higher” art exhibit at the W New York - Union Square hotel lobby for two years; worked with Adorama for a four-episode travel show in Bhutan called “My Travel Diaries”; and so much more.