Natasha D’Schommer  is a photographer specializing in evocative portraits of objects drawn from collections of rare and wonderful things. From medieval instruments to American folk art, Bach manuscripts to ancient navigational maps, her prize-winning work has been published in several collections, including Biblio: Scheide Library (2008), and To Music: The Schubert Club Museum, (2011).

D'Schommer earned an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts and a B.A. from New England College, West Sussex, England. 


  • University of Minnesota 
  • Philladelphia Orchestra
  • Zurich Chamber Orchestra
  • Monteverdi Choir
  • Princeton University 
  • The Schubert Club Museum
  • Trader Joe's
  • Caribou Coffee
  • Princeton University Art Museum
  • Galison Books
  • Festival Strings Lucerne
  • Augsburg College
  • Westminster Choir College
  • Opera New Jersey
  • Barnes & Noble 
  • Wild Apple Graphics
  • Ricoh 
  • The Scheide Library
  • The James Ford Bell Library 


Natasha's work is available through :

studio 612.915.1397



 "Natasha D'Schommer's photographs in To Music are a synaesthetic delight— that is, they please the eyes with impressions of sound. Her images of instruments, scores, and correspondence by the likes of Sibelius, Beethoven, Clara Schumann, and Puccini convey the delight and desire of music, the pleasures found by composers and craftsmen. To Music resonates with the expressive products of their hands, seen and transcribed into evocative photographs by a virtuoso in her own medium. The Schubert Club's remarkable collection is eloquently voiced in D'Schommer's work."

—George Slade, re:photographica, curator and photography historian, Minneapolis