Animator, Screenwriter, and Director. I also draw storyboards and create special effects makeup. I grew up in Southern California and went to college at NYU Tisch. My senior thesis was an animated short called "Out of Order." It was screened at many prominent film festivals and won the Best Super Short Award at the 2015 Harvard College Film Festival.
Television (Romance and Thriller) Makeup Department At the heart of this dark modern fairytale is an unlikely romance between two men of antithetical backgrounds. From the press release: "After the tragic death of his beloved Grammy, a private piano teacher's small life explodes with the arrival of his pregnant sister recovering from a heroin addiction and a charming new student with a mysterious past."
Out of Order
Film (short) by Nathaniel Shrage (Comedy, Fantasy, Romance, Animation and 1 More) Writer, Director, & Animator A young man must find his mechanical heart's missing gear or find a replacement part.
The Girl and the Ghoul
Film (short) by Nathaniel Shrage (Fantasy, Horror, Thriller, Animation and 1 More) Writer, Director, & Animator A girl, who is on her way home, gets chased by a ghoul.
The Ninth Train
Film (Short, Drama, History and War) Actor On the day of the Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia, two sisters set out together to escape aboard the last Kinder-transport bound for England.
Eight Idiots in a Gas Station
Film (Short, Action, Comedy and Crime) Miscellaneous Crew During a failed gas station robbery, two incompetent criminals accidentally allow all of the customers they have taken hostage to escape.
Don't Squeeze the Rolls
Film (short) by Nathaniel Shrage (Documentary, Family, History, Biography and 1 More) Director Anne Shrage recounts episodes from her somewhat eventful, somewhat ordinary life in a documentary directed by her grandson. This documentary follows her from her childhood in a Jewish neighborhood in Brooklyn in the 1930s to her life in California in the 1960s and 1970s. Written by Anonymous
It Doesn't Matter
Film (Short) Makeup Department A young adult with debilitating obsessive-compulsive disorder is trapped in his apartment and must leave to say farewell to his younger brother.
Best Super Short Award for "Out of Order" at the Harvard College Film Festival
New York University