Natasha Florentino is a documentary filmmaker, director, and cinematographer of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent. In 2017, she directed and filmed Abundant Land: Soil, Seeds and Sovereignty, a feature-length documentary about a Hawaiian community challenging the biotech industry’s use of their island to test pesticides. In 2008 she was the co-director and director of photography for Rezoning Harlem, a documentary about community opposition to New York City’s rezoning of 125th Street. Natasha holds an MFA from Hunter College (CUNY), where she lectured in Media Studies. Natasha graduated from the City Of New York's Hunter College in 2012 with an MFA in Integrated Media Arts.