Nate DisarroVP Bespoke Video Productionnated@bespokevid.com

For nearly 20 years, Nate has been involved with the production and creation of visual content. Developing first as a photographer, then a live event producer and eventually rolling into the video world, there is not much you can throw at Nate that he can't figure out a way to produce, direct and shoot it. But visual communications is not where it stops. Nate is one of those weird guys that has the ability to mix the creative side with the business side.Since 2001 Nate has been in management roles with a variety of businesses around the country ranging from managing retail establishments to multi-million dollar accounts with international resorts and Fortune 500 businesses. It is this intersection of business and creativity that allows Nate to develop lasting relationships with our clients and take a client's vision and make it a reality. You will likely find Nate in the studio or on location for most shoots. Otherwise, he will be in meetings working up our next big "thing".But the thing that makes Nate really tick? His beautiful wife Heather and their 2 sons – Weston and Austin.


A Little Q&A with Nate Disarro

How did you get to Bespoke Media Group?

I got here via a big yellow Penske truck. I came to Little Rock from Denver/Boulder, CO. Rick and I had a mutual contact that put us together and we both determined that getting Bespoke off the ground was going to be a great fit for both of us. The rest is history.

What's the best thing you've seen on the internet?

The BEST thing is going to be difficult to choose, so, I will leave it up to you to choose:There's THIS which was mind-blowing when it first came out.And THIS still ranks up there.Not to mention, THIS. Jump to 3:00 for the good stuff.But probably best of all is THIS.

What's a little known fact about you?

I actually got my start in this business on the other side of the camera. When I was in middle school, I was on an episode of a popular kids TV show (which will remain nameless) and I loved every minute of the production that went into making the show come to life. I much prefer everything that happens behind the camera though. So, for all of the people we work with that have to be in front of the camera: I know exactly what you are going through. I feel your pain!

What movie or tv show do you most regret watching?

The list is long, but distinguished. Most of them have one common theme: Adam Sandler. Also, I regret watching the show from my previous answer.

What has been your most embarrassing job?

I was hired at Abercrombie in college. Let's just say I never made it to work the first day. I decided maybe it wasn't for me after all.

What do you most love about what you currently do?

I know it sounds cliche, but we have some of the best customers in the world and I love getting to interact with them face to face. Don't believe me? Just watch THIS. Other than that, I like shiny objects and new toys to play with, which is a fairly normal part of the job.

What device, gadget, or kitchen appliance could you absolutely not live without?

Bottle opener. And probably a camera since that is how I make a living. It would be hard to live without that. Oh, and a coffee maker. And, I hate to say it, but, my phone.

If you could only write with one color for the rest of your days, what would it be?

This color right here: