Nathan Burton is an award winning,
emerging documentary filmmaker and photographer with a degree in photojournalism, and
background in multimedia journalism and nonprofit work. The 2019 film, Blue and
Gold Marching Machine, for which Burton was a producer, director, and editor, was accepted into
seven film festivals, including River Run International Film Festival, and was a 2019
winner for Best Documentary in the Cape Fear Independent Film Festival.
Burton’s work focuses on human-centered visual storytelling, and strives to
authentically and tactfully capture the human experiences that are often
overlooked, yet the most pressing. His work with Resourceful Communities, a
specialized program of the Conservation Fund, incited a passion for highlighting
and uplifting community and grassroots organizations who are working to create
opportunities for those in economically and socially distressed communities while
generating economic, environmental and social justice benefits.