Creativity is in Nate's blood. Born of a modern artist mother and a documentary director father, he was reared on a diet of art, music, and imagination. He started playing Dungeons & Dragons at a very young age, and it imbued him with an insatiable love of storytelling.
Searching for a means to tell stories, he gravitated to the film industry. He worked on set as a grip, and as a club VJ creating improvisational video art, before landing in commercial post-production. He's edited countless commercials for clients such as Chase, GE, Cheerios, Pepsi, and Verizon. He has also dabbled in long form, cutting music videos, short films, and the indie feature Kissing Jessica Stein.
He recently directed his first narrative feature film, Forgetting the Girl. The award-winning psychodrama starred Christopher Denham (Argo, Shutter Island) and Anna Camp (Pitch Perfect, HBO's True Blood) and received theatrical distribution in 2013. He has two new features in development.
He lives on the Upper West Side with his amazing wife Talya and their son Grayson. His dog Riley, is known to often frequent the Kyle office giving out free snuggles to any interested parties.