After commencing her studies in Environmental Science, Nadege went on to complete a Bachelor of Fine Art at the Queensland College of Art and received First Class Honours at the Tasmanian College of the Arts. Nadege has exhibited in group and solo shows across Australia and internationally including with Tenjinyama Gallery (Japan), Contemporary Art Tasmania, UQ Art Museum, and the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art. In 2016, Nadege received an Asialink grant supported by Arts Tasmania for a project inspired by mushi-kiki- kai (insect listening parties) while on residency in Hokkaido, Japan. Most recently Nadege received a Marie Edwards Travelling Scholarship towards a residency at the Paris Cite Internationale des Arts, resulting in works such as Columba Livia, and A Bug in the Extinct and Endangered Species Room. Nadege is the latest recipient of the competitive Shotgun program, a partnership project between Contemporary Art Tasmania, Detached Cultural Organisation, and the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA).