Nathan Saucier is a filmmaker, cinematographer, and installation designer based in Utrecht.
He has created work for organizations like Non-Event, Open Documentary Lab, MIT Media Lab, List Visual Arts Center, Harvard CAMLab, The Guardian, and Institute of Time. He was recently awarded a fellowship at the Film Study Center at Harvard University to develop his forthcoming documentary on aquaculture and climate, Walking Fish. Nathan studied the changing nature of the automated image in his master’s thesis Operational Images and the Interpretive Turn, completed at MIT, where he also studied VR game design and color science. He holds an SM in Comparative Media Studies from MIT and a BA in Film and Electronic Arts from Bard College. He has worked as an educator on three continents, teaching the fundamentals of nonfiction filmmaking and immersive design.