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Cinematographer. LA // Seattle.
Nathan M. Miller is a cinematographer based out of Seattle & Los Angeles, who has lensed narrative, documentary and commercial projects across the US and abroad. Nate shot Ross Partridge’s LAMB, which premiered at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival, and was later released by The Orchard. That same year, Nate premiered Todd Rohal’s UNCLE KENT 2, which won the SXSW Audience “Visions” Award, and was later released by Factory 25; as well as the documentary TOUGH LOVE which had it’s national broadcast on PBS’ stalwart non-fiction series POV. The following SXSW, Nate premiered his collaboration with the Duplass Brothers on Linas Phillips’ RAINBOW TIME (The Orchard/Netflix), starring Melanie Lynskey. Nate was also the Second Unit DP on THE OFF HOURS, an Official Selection of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, and ”Best Cinematography" nominee at the 2012 Independent Spirit Awards. At this year’s SXSW, Nate will premiere the short documentary LITTLE POTATO, which he co-directed with Wes Hurley, followed by a TriBeCa Film Festival premiere of the latest Duplass Brothers’ feature TAKE ME (The Orchard/Netflix) directed by Pat Healy and starring Taylor Schilling. Next up, Nate will collaborate with Lynn Shelton on her latest as-of-yet-untitled feature.
Renting from Nathan is a great experience. The communication is very smooth, picking up and dropping off went flawlessly. The kino celeb I got from him is fairly new and worked very well. Also, Nathan and Mel helped me get another gaffer for my shoot, which totally saved the day. Definitely will rent from Nathan again!