Nathan Wyble grew up in the Tulsa, OK, area. He loved buttons and knobs. When he was 6 or 7, a high school student at his church showed him how he could hear the choir turning the page by placing headphones him. From that point forward, Nathan was hooked on production.
During middle school, Nathan began running sound for youth events at his church. By the time he graduated high school, he was regularly mixing for the main Sunday morning services. He had also become involved in Stagecraft at his high school.
It was during high school that Nathan developed a love for live theater. So much so that he continued his education with a degree in Stage Production Technology.
After finishing his Theatre degree, Nathan began working on a business degree. In his Business Communications class, he came to the realization that what he really wanted to do in life was production in the local church.
He left the business program and enrolled in a program for digital cinematography. It made the most sense to him at the time. He already had the knowledge for live productions, but most churches also needed someone that could make videos.
Three years into the four-year program, Nathan was offered a position at a church, half-way across the country. Nathan, his wife, and their son followed God’s call and moved from Oklahoma to Florida.