- A long-time resident of the Seattle and Tacoma area
- Contributor to TripSavvy with a focus on traveling to and living in Seattle
- Independent filmmaker and director of "If There's a Hell Below"
Nathan Williams is a former writer with TripSavvy. He has lived in the Seattle and Tacoma area since he was 14. He grew up in the suburbs of Issaquah and Renton and went to Seattle's University of Washington. After a few years of roaming the nation, he returned to the beautiful Puget Sound.
Nathan is a working filmmaker, playing in various Northwest film festivals, including NWFF's Local Sightings, Bumbershoot, and STIFF. His film titles include "If There's a Hell Below" (2016), "Things Left Behind" (2012), and "Night Stand" (2010).
Nathan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Washington and attended graduate film school at Boston University.
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