Andrew Nathanson

Connecticut College '13
Social Media Strategist, Connecticut College

More About Me

I'm a three-dimensional thinker with a passion for marketing/branding/social media strategy, campaign development and 3D modeling.

I care about graphics, visual information design and advertising, but I make sure that messages and goals are on target and aimed just right.

More importantly, I photograph, design and print 3D models from Trimble SketchUp, I enjoy history, I raise funds, I plan events, I'm an architectural studies major and I'm an expert whistler.

I make terrible puns, too.

My Resume | Branding | Graphic Design | Built Design | Architectural Design | Photo + Video | SketchUp | Press



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I’m heading to the RCDS Student/Faculty musical tonight. I haven’t missed one in 18 years.

2014     Guys and Dolls

2013     Working

2012     The Boys from Syracuse

2011     Bye Bye Birdie

2010     Urinetown

2009     Anything Goes (stage manager)

2008     The Pajama Game (stage manager)

2007     The Mystery of Edwin Drood (in cast)

2006     South Pacific

2005     Pirates of Penzance

2004     Pippin

2003     My Fair Lady

2002     Into The Woods

2001     Once Upon A Mattress

2000     Fiddler On The Roof

1999     The Boys from Syracuse

1998     Bye Bye Birdie

1997     Lil’ Abner

"Building Stories: Cummings Arts Center"

Senior Project, Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology

Building Stories: Cummings Arts Center, my senior project for the Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology, is  a documentary exploring Cummings Arts Center’s history, people and secrets, featuring rare photos, 3D models, and interviews. A historical documentary about such a striking and massive building warranted an equally unique and impressive display: the building’s own façade. 

To capture the massive scale of Cummings Arts Center, Building Stories was viewed as a nighttime, multi-media projection on the façade facing Tempel Green. Two high-power Christie 6K projectors, on loan from a Connecticut College alumnus connected to Cummings Arts Center, brought to life a 100-foot canvas along the building’s iconic silhouette. 

Building Stories will ran on loop (25 minute length) beginning at 8:30PM through 10:30pm on Wednesday, April 24, 2013.

Read: Connecticut College news story

Watch: Promotional timelapse

Watch: Behind the scenes set-up timelapse

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