Natalie Anderson Bradley was born in Fairview where she learned to work and play hard with her father, brothers, sisters and cousins on the family sheep ranch. She currently resides in Moroni with her husband, Stephen Bradley and their 5 wonderful children.
Natalie graduated from North Sanpete High School in 2002. Following graduation, she worked in Yellowstone National Park for the summer. She then studied art at Dixie State College, where she graduated before serving an LDS mission in the Georgia Atlanta North Mission. Shortly after returning home she was married in the Manti Temple to Stephen Bradley, of Moroni, her friend since childhood.
After their marriage they lived in several different places before returning to Sanpete and buying a home here. Natalie and her family love being back. It was here she fell in love with the beauties of nature that surrounded her and began expressing that love in her art. From an early age, she has loved drawing and painting and has enjoyed a variety of different art classes through the years. The most recent being a “Photography as Art” class that was taught by her father. This class opened up a whole new medium of art for her and she loves it.