Nathan Spencer

Local 600 (International Cinematographers Guild)
Movie 1st AC, Live Television EIC and Digital Content Producer


1st AC / Camera Technician

First Assistant Cameraman for Motion Picture Production. Worked with Film, IMAX, 3D and Digital Cameras and specialized in the use of all types of Wireless Video Links (SD, HD, 3D & UHD etc) in fixed and mobile situations.

Live Television

EIC (Engineer In Charge)

EIC Guarantee Engineer for Live Television Production Units in Outside Broadcast and Studio situations. EIC & Project Manager for hundreds of high profile Sports, News and Entertainment shows. Camera Operator (Handheld and Remote Heads) for numerous Entertainement Projects.

Digital / Video Content

Producer and Editor.

Working with a multitude of programming languages, website & graphic design tools as well as video editing software. Designing, creating and publishing projects for Broadcast, Front of House and Marketing Displays as well as print media.

Contact me now to discuss availability!

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Some Film & Television Work:

Dawn of the
Planet of the Apes
RF Technician - Movie


BBC / PBS 'Big Blue Live'
Live Camera EIC - Live TV


The Hangover 3
RF Technician - Movie


SuperBowl Halftime Show
Airborne Camera - Live TV


Above, are a cross section of the types of shows I've worked in Film & Television.

About Me

I have been working in the Film & Television Industry since 1992.

In Movies, I work primarily as an RF Technician specializing in HD, UHD & 3D Video Transmissions (for Video Assist) for large studio shoots. I am a member of IATSE Local 600 (International Cinematographers Guild) as a 1st Assistant Cameraman.

In Television, I am Engineer-In-Charge for many live TV events ranging from Marathons to Entertainment Shows. As truck EIC, responsible for every aspect of the Video and Audio equipment with overall QC responsibilities required to produce live coverage.

Digital Content Producer for many projects around the World featued in online marketing campaigns, Front Of House and Experience Enhancing Video/ Audio Displays.












I was bought in as a consultant by Warner Bros. to design and build a groundbreaking Digital Wireless Video Assist System. I took RF techniques I'd learned over many years in television and found they could be successfully applied to movies.
Designing and building RF systems for sports coverage such as Marathons and Cycle Races requires multiple systems and techniques to enable rock-solid transmission sometimes in excess of 50 miles!
I was thrown in at the deep end on a BBC show many years ago and handed a camera which I was expected to operate (I was actually there as an engineer)... So I did it - and many, many more times since!
25+ Years in TV & Film!