sound design

scoring, composing, theatrical design


emotional theatrical score for a the pilot of a dramatic mini-series about generational romantic patterns


“Everything else is changing.”
“Not everything, Butterbean.”
A dramatic mini-series from Madeline Dimayuga tracing a family’s romantic past, and seeing the effects it has on its future.

Love Drunk

pop-retro theme for new true-life romantic comedy podcast


“In vino veritas” is the theme of this new podcast all about love and relationships in the modern age. Every week, Charlotte Rose sits down with a different guest (and a different drink) and discusses all things love, from dating apps to break-up songs, to how the heck that special someone makes you feel.

Check out Natalie’s first appearance on Love Drunk!

Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom

scary narration and siren sounds for sci-fi horror play


Sound design for the February 2016 production of Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom, by Jennifer Haley, at the University of Texas.

Directed by: Kevin Poole
Featuring: Connor Barr, Cosme Flores, Charlotte Rose, and Mackinlee Waddell
Stage Manager: Devin Medley
Lighting Design: Oscar de la Garza, Gabriella Griffith, and Tucker Martin
Sound Design: Natalie Patton and Chance Steward
Cover image by Sam Kerner

In a suburban subdivision with identical houses, parents find their teenagers addicted to an online horror video game. The game setting? A subdivision with identical houses. The goal? Smash through an army of zombies to escape the neighborhood for good. But as the line blurs between virtual and reality, both parents and players realize that fear has a life of its own.

Jordan Maranto's "Tough Cookies"

original score for uplifting short film about autoimmune disorders


Debbie, Linda, Riley and Cara are your typical young women gabbing about boys and insecurities at a sleepover. But as the conversation unfolds, we learn that appearing “typical” for this group isn’t as easy as it looks. A short film breaking the stereotypes and spreading awareness of the chronically ill.

written & directed by Jordan Maranto
original score by Natalie Patton

First Things First with Julia Bauer

original theme song for upcoming comedy-storytelling podcast


I composed the short-but-sweet theme song to Julia Bauer‘s upcoming podcast, “First Things First with Julia Bauer”! Check it out.