Nat Connacher is a painter, photographer and designer creating visual expressions of what he sees and feels around him.
Nat’s painting was selected for inclusion in the 2007 Stamford Art Association, 27th Annual Faber Birren Color show, where he was awarded the Faber Birren Color Award. In 2005 & 2006 his paintings where included in the Silvermine Guild Arts Center’s 56th & 57th Annual Art of the Northeast exhibitions. In the 2006 Art in the Northeast Exhibition he received the Mary Vann Hughs Award. Nat is also an avid fine art photographer. His photographs have been accepted for display in the Stamford (CT) Art in Public Places exhibits, “Celebrating Women”, Summer 2004 and “Color/Forms”, Summer 2005 and are in a number of corporate collections.
Nat is president and creative director of Connacher Design where he combines his different artistic interests to develop visual dialogues between his clients and their audiences. His areas of expertise are corporate identity, branding and visual information design for print and the Internet.
Nat holds a Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Yale University and a Bachelor of Design in Communication Design from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.
A native of Canada, Nat resides in Stamford, CT with his family.