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Hi I'm Nathan

I am a videographer and a thespian. I love eating raw carrots and ice cream, although never at the same time.

About Me

I grew up in northeast England. I am the first of four children. I feel very lucky to have been born into a loving family in a country that was safe and permitted me to grow and learn good moral principles and ideals. My parents were baptized and joined the church a year before I was born and it is almost exclusively thanks to this fact that they decided to have children and that I am here today. I love being creative. I produce marketing and training videos for a global drilling company, as well as manage their social media. I also pursue videography as a hobby. I enjoy acting in the theatre. I'm excited to now be creating a family of my own with my wonderful wife Meg. We have a daughter with another child on the way. When I see my family is happy that is when I feel life is wonderful.

Why I am a Mormon

From a very young age I felt a great deal of love from the gospel. I remember singing songs in church with the other children and tears coming to my eyes because of the happiness I felt. As I have grown I have tried to build on those early feelings by remaining open to what Heavenly Father wants to teach me. It is through feelings of peace and understanding that I recognize what I am doing and the direction I am heading is right.

How I live my faith

I try to show my faith every day through my thoughts and actions. Life is often challenging, but the hope that comes through learning about and following Jesus Christ helps me become better. I attend church every week and often teach lessons about the basic principles of Christ's gospel to new members and to those who want to know more about what we believe. I enjoy this a lot because I am able to learn as I teach, and our discussions are always interesting and uplifting.