Nathan D. Lee is an Emmy® award winning filmmaker who has worked in film & television for over a decade. Nathan has worked on a range of independent, studio and TV movies where he learned the craft of filmmaking. He went on to earn his Bachelors of Arts degree from Brigham Young University where he directed and co-wrote his widely acclaimed short film, "Inspector 42," which was honored with a student Emmy® from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation and a regional award from the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences (Oscars®). After graduating, Nathan wrote and directed the the documentary, Larry Gelwix: No Regrets which won an Emmy® for Cultural Documentary in 2012. He has directed two television pilots and recently produced the WWII film "Resistance Movement" which was released in April 2013. In addition to producing and directing, Nathan has written, optioned, and sold several feature length screenplays. Nathan and his wife Tara have three beautiful children.