is an award-winning
science, adventure and health
writing. Outside of work, he is an avid cyclist, climber, traveler and outdoorsman.
Nathan has written for The
Boston Globe, Natural History Magazine, E Magazine, The Christian
Science Monitor, Scuba Diving and Climbing -- among other national publications.
He's also worked for NOAA's National Marine Sanctuary
System, contributed to encyclopedias and copy-edited
everything from dissertations to medical text books. He recently covered health care for a Knight Ridder daily in California and is now working as a freelancer out of Colorado.
The Inland Press Association awarded his work a third place in explanatory writing in its 2005 national contest, and the California Newspaper Publishers Association named his story on hospital billing the top business story of 2005.
For more information, see his online resume.
Nathan is also a freelance photographer, and you can learn more about that at his adventure photography site. His work has appeared in national and international outdoor magazines, including Backpacker, Rodale's Scuba Diving, Vertical Times, Practical Horseman, Gripped and She Sends.
He currently lives and works as a freelance writer and wedding photographer in Estes Park, CO