NAYPENRAI

ABOUT

Nathan is a freelance photographer and commercial manager currently living in London, UK. Nathan was born in Wales and studied his Bachelor’s degree in Business Management in Liverpool. In 2012, feeling the inevitability of a career approaching, he decided to quit his job and move to Thailand for two years. It was the weird, wonderful and whacky land of smiles where Nathan’s embryonic interest in photography grew from ember to flame.

Nathan returned to the UK in 2014 and began studying for a masters in project management. He moved to London in 2016 having started a new job on the Crossrail project, he has now lived in London for 3 years and currently works for Crossrail 2 as a commercial and contracts manager.

Nathan has been shooting avidly for just over 2 years, starting with amateur gear and gradually expanding his kit as his client-base grew. In his first year he was published in a globally selling photography magazine and was also featured in a book which was published worldwide, Mendo’s “Streets of London”.

Nathan continues to develop his skillset whilst balancing his work commitments, often shooting before and after work and every weekend where possible. His Mum thinks he’s the best thing since sliced bread.

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Nathan is a freelance photographer and commercial manager currently living in London, UK. Nathan was born in Wales and studied his Bachelor’s degree in Business Management in Liverpool. In 2012 he decided to quit his job and move to Thailand for two years. It was the weird, wonderful and whacky land of smiles where Nathan’s embryonic interest in photography grew from ember to flame.

Returning to the UK in 2014 he began studying for a masters in project management. He moved to London in 2016 having started a new job on the Crossrail project, he has now lived in London for 3 years and currently works for Crossrail 2 in commercial and contracts management.

He has been shooting avidly for just over 2 years, starting with amateur gear and gradually expanding his kit as his client-base grew. In his first year he was published in a globally selling photography magazine and was also featured in a book which was published worldwide, Mendo’s “Streets of London”.

Nathan continues to develop his skillset whilst balancing his work commitments, often shooting before and after work and every weekend where possible. His Mum thinks he’s the best thing since sliced bread.