Nathaniel Brown  is a filmmaker and photographer making work about place, belonging and community. On the move for the last decade, he balances transience and liminality with a practice centered in intimacy, trust, and cross-cultural collaboration.

Nathaniel’s work has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue, Nowness, Dazed, CNN, and the South China Morning Post, among others.

Equally comfortable in remote mountain ranges, high-risk enviroments, and avant-garde performance pieces: Nathaniel is adaptable, proactive, and thorough, with experience on large productions, long-term collaborative pieces, and as a solo operator. He lived in Asia for over a decade, is a Fulbright Scholar, fluent in Chinese, and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Middlebury College; he is HEFAT trained by two different ACOS Alliance accredited programs; part of the documentary collective Hi Lo and a member of the Video Consortium; head of all things porcelian at Wing On Wo & Co; and was sponsored to ride a motorcycle from Shanghai to London 

select clients:
Nike | Nowness | Eyesteelfilm | Great Big Story | Goldthread | Adcouncil | BalletX | The United Nations | National Endowment for the Arts | The Kennedy Center | The World Bank | Jacob’s Pillow | Amazon | Verizon | Paco Robbane | Asia Week New York | Centre Pompidou | Shanghai Center of Photography | UCCA | Sotheby’s | The British Council | IFF | LEAP | IDEO | VAM

previous festival screenings:
Doc NYC | Hawaii International Film Festival | Cleveland International Film Festival | Dance on Camera | CAAM Fest | Reel Asian, Honorable Mention - “Big Fight in Little Chiantown” Best Feature Film 2022 | LA Asian Pacific Film Festival | Asian American International Film Festival, “Mahalang” Winner Best Documentary 2021 | San Diego Asian Pacific Film Festival | Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival