Nate is a designer and maker whose work spans across opera, theatre, dance, and film. He loves exploring ways to create visual narratives through space, and has a keen interest in reinterpreting period styles as a lens for seeing the present through the past.
His design work for opera includes Don Giovanni with director Martin Lloyd-Evans (Clonter Opera); The Emperor of Atlantis (a Loud Crowd production at Bold Tendencies); Simplicius Simplicissimus with Polly Graham and Independent Opera (Sadler’s Wells); A Christmas Carol (Welsh National Opera); and The Marriage of Figaro with Stephen Medcalf (Clonter Opera).
In theatre, he has worked frequently at LAMDA, with productions including Clybourne Park with director Anthony Lau, A Bright New Boise with director Ros Philips, and Pomona with director Tess Seddon.
Nate holds an MA in Theatre Design from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and a BA in Interdisciplinary Art from Alfred University, New York. He currently lives and works in London.