“Creativity is contagious, pass it on.”  Albert Einstein




Andrew Nathanson is an incredibly dedicated, intuitive, resourceful, and creative Line Producer / Location Manager. He is the epitome of grace under fire. I can think of no higher compliment; since we have been in business Andrew always receives the first call to produce our major shoots and always comes through with flying colors.”
Chris Sloan – President, 2C Media. 

“Thank you for your amazing images.”  
Aurora Rodriguez – Editor, Where Magazine.

“I’ve worked with Andrew Nathanson as a freelance photographer and reviewer and would work with him again at any time.  Andrew is a professional in every sense, doing great work even when, in many circumstances, time might not allow for it.  I find his photography both inventive and exciting, and he does a great job of capturing the moment.”  
Jonathan Tully – Editor, The Palm Beach Post’s pbpulse.com.
 “On behalf of the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, I would like to thank you for helping make the Greater Miami and the Beaches Arts / Entertainment Media Tour a resounding success. I greatly appreciate all your time and ideas for making the film and music portion of the tour have substance and sizzle.”

Jeanne Sullivan – Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau.
“On behalf of the Producers, Cast and Crew of the feature film ‘Donnie Brasco,’ we would like to take this opportunity to express our deepest gratitude for all your help. The cooperation you have given us, hospitality you have shown us, and the time you have dedicated to us is greatly appreciated.”
Scott Hornbacher – Location Manager, “Donnie Brasco.”
“This is a long overdue thank you for your help with the organization of the RIAA/ [U.S.] House [of Representatives] Entertainment Task Force Miami Trip. The trip was a great success thanks in no small part to your assistance. I want you to know that I deeply appreciate all that you did.”  
Ricardo Dopico – Recording Industry Association of America. 

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