Nathan ("Nate") Sellers is a filmmaker and visual artist, known for his directorial debut 'You Can Call Me Light' (2018) and 'The Watcher' (2022), which won "Best Short Film" at Flatland Film Festival.
Nate grew up in Westford, MA, and later moved to Pennsylvania where he established himself as a documentary film editor and graphic artist. In 2017, he teamed up with close friend, Bekah Jordan, and began developing projects back home in New England ('You Can Call Me Light').
Since then, Nate has won two screenwriting awards for his original scripts ('Devotion (I Am What I Am),' 'My Own Shadow') and founded the no-budget film collective, Lone Horse Films. In 2023, he completed his latest film, 'Super Mephitic.'
He is set to shoot his feature film debut in June 2024.