Nat Jencks has over 15 years of experience in post production. His past projects range from studio features to indies and documentaries and include work for directors Steven Soderbergh, Michel Gondry, Spike Jonze, Todd Haynes, Barry Levinson, and many others. In addition to feature films he enjoys working on music videos and has worked for bands such as Sigur Ros, The Dirty Projectors, Phantogram, MGMT, The Polyphonic Spree, King Krule, Jenny Lewis, and more.
Nat has been on the frontline of many emerging technologies, from DV to DI, working on some of the first films to use FCP for 35mm film workflow, and designing and implementing the digital workflow for Steven Soderbergh’s CHE, the first large feature film shot on the RED camera. He has a longstanding background in photography, art, and computer science with a degree in Technology and Art from Oberlin College. He has taught classes on Color and VFX, has guest lectured at SVA, Columbia, Local 700 Editors Guild, SMPTE as well as other institutions, and is a member of the Editors Guild and the Visual Effects Society (VES)