Nate has made the transition from exciting young director to exciting established director in an extremely short space of time. His reel already features work for Carcraft, Jack Daniels, Charles Worthington and NHS to name a few. A real film buff, Nate has an unnerving quality to make any script come to life. Expect him to step up to exciting uber-cool top director in a similarly swift manner.
Nate joined forces with all-action duo Frank & Sebastian to co-direct this piece for Nike FootballX - with a little help from some familiar faces....Brazil legend Ronaldo and the highest scoring striker in World Cup history Miroslav Klose! On the eve of the Champion's League Final this was one sporting even which won't be forgotten quickly.
Nate does what he does best, combining immediately cinematic visuals with a kind of storytelling that spins a web of intrigue and mystery. Working with ultra stylish fashion magazine Article, Nate spent time with the son of legendary British actor Jeremy Irons, Max, to produce this slick, polished slice of film.
Nate delivers a powerful anti-smoking advertisement for the NHS. Offering a different slant by looking through the eyes of a child, we see the psychological impact smoking can have on youngsters.
CLASS OF '92
Chief spent a windy morning up top of Hotel Football to shoot this promo for Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt. The closely-fought game was directed by Nate. Shot on location in Old Trafford, Manchester (obviously).
THE JD SET
Jack Daniels continues its foray into the world of rock and roll with the JD Set Glasgow. Filmed by Nate Camponi and aired on Channel 4, the full show follows a stellar lineup of established as well as up-and-coming artists as they re-imagine the biggest hits around.
Nate treats us to some sleek car photography with this commercial for Carcraft. Shot on location in Bolton, Liverpool, Manchester and Blackpool, he carefully reveals the special moments Carcraft have given their customers.
Ever the filmmaker, Nate turned his hand to some longer form work for this incendiary short film currently doing rather well on the festival circuit.