Nathan D. Lee
Lee received a Bronze Award for Excellence in the Craft of Filmmaking from the Kodak EASTMAN Scholarship program in 2009. In 2010, Lee won the prestigious "Directing Award" at the Student Emmys for his work with the film Inspector 42, a live-action film about killer shirts.
Lee also received an Emmy Award in 2012 at Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards ceremony in Phoenix for his work, Larry Gelwix: No Regrets. The film is a documentary about the career of Larry Gelwix, Highland Rugby team head coach and BYU alumnus. The film was also shown at the 2013 LDS Film Festival. Another of Lee's films, Resistance Movement, was also shown at the festival.
In 2013 Lee was nominated for another Emmy Award at the Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards for his film, A Time for Resistance. In 2014, he was the Director of Photography for the short film The Favorite, which won an honorable mention at the 2014 LDS Film Festival. The following year, he was the producer for the film The Heart of the Matter, which screened at the 2015 LDS Film Festival.
- LDS Church News - BYU wins broadcasting awards (19 Oct 2012)
- The Daily Universe - Student film shown locally (7 June 2010)
- The Daily Herald - Y filmmakers collect Emmy awards for student film (15 April 2010)
- The Daily Universe - ‘Inspector 42’ wins two student Emmys (14 April 2010)
- Brigham Young University News - BYU Student film takes home tow 'student Emmys' (13 April 2010)