by Natasha Sena
I’m Natasha, the face behind Clasp Visuals. I’m a born and raised Brazilian, living in the Netherlands since 2009.
Drawing was always one of my favourite activities, what made me pursue architecture as a career. But I loved to think about strategy and create plans to solve complicated issues, what made me study Urban Planning.
After graduating cum laude from the TU/e in Eindhoven, I started working at Wageningen University, followed by an amazing experience at the AMS Institute in Amsterdam, where I had the chance of connecting to absolutely brilliant people.
Visual thinking came to me a couple of years ago, and for me it was the holy grail: it brought together strategy, people, engagement, teaching, diversity and, of course, drawing.
After working on more than 100 visualisations projects I can tell that I like it a lot. A lot. Let’s have a chat and I will show you how drawing can make things more interesting, engaging, strong and fun.
Learn to think visually!
From short booster workshops (30-45 minutes), to great team workshops of 2 hours, until a complete 2 day-training: visual thinking can be added to your set of skills in many forms.
Master It Training:
New spots available for June 9th
@ HetKantoor in Deventer! (in Dutch)
Visualise your idea, strategy, project results, future scenario, or any other topic that needs to be understood and communicated.
During the design process, a creative session with the involved stakeholders will clarify all elements of the visual and put everyone on the same page.
At the end, you will have useful images which will strength your content and help you enhance the impact achieved by your work.
Worked together with
"Het gebruiken van visuals in complexe processen, zoals het uitdenken en kiezen van te bewandelen routes richting een klimaatadaptieve omgeving, hebben als een grote meerwaarde ervaren."
"De samenwerking met Natasha heb ik als zeer plezierig ervaren. Ze heeft een flexibele houding, is duidelijk in de behoeften die ze heeft en in het managen van verwachtingen.."