Hi, my name is Nathaniel Oldham, and welcome to my website, a portfolio of sorts for all things creative I partake. I am a member of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States. (IATSE) Which is a long-winded way of saying, that I work on movies, plays, and concerts. If you’ve ever stayed long enough to watch the end credits of a film, you’ve probably seen our logo bringing up the tail like this…
Being a member of IATSE Local 7 in Colorado gives me an all access pass to live the dream job of being a stagehand at one of the most well known music venues in the world; Red Rocks Amphitheater – the legendary Cathedral to Rock and Roll that has been the site of numerous famous recordings and events. But my roots in New England have never died, lending me the opportunity to keep my membership with IATSE Local 481, where we continually impress Academy Award winning filmmakers with our tenacious and unique personalities, creating what many in the film industry consider to be the best location for modern Film Noir; Boston, Massachusetts. The list of Best Picture films we have wrangled over the years continues to grow, and we are proud to be considered one of the strongest Locals in United States film production.
I was born in New England, but now I live in Denver, Colorado, where I spend as much time in the mountains as possible. Skiing, hiking, camping… if it involves mountains, then It’s my passion. My family are the greatest people I’ve ever known, and my dogs and cats are closer to me than most humans. When I’m working, I’m traveling the road, helping movies get made and concerts get running. But if I’m not working, you can find me climbing mountains, writing nonsense in my cave, browsing used bookstores for rare horror, or spending time with my kids; the two most beautiful girls in the world.
Thanks for visiting my site!