Nathaniel “Natty” Moher is a former rapper (seriously) turned WGC Award-nominated and Leo Award-winning writer (also seriously) from Vancouver, Canada. His short film, Quarantine Fling, screened at the 2022 Just For Laughs “Eat My Shorts” festival and won a bunch of awards at other festivals (but who’s keeping track). His TV credits include the animated series Go Away, Unicorn (Disney), the half-hour sitcoms Some Assembly Required (Netflix), Mr. Young (DisneyXD), and Package Deal (Hulu), and the talking dog series Pup Academy (Netflix). His MOW, Hopeless Romantic, premiered on the Pixl network in 2016. His animated kids series Mike & Bike was in development with Alibi Pivotal Kids, but now is not (but it could be in development with you if you want). He’s also worked in theatre, with his play, The Night We Missed The Apocalypse, which he co-wrote, premiering to a sold-out run in 2012 at The Cultch in Vancouver, Canada. Beyond that, Nathaniel has taught screenwriting at Langara College, Vancouver Film School, and InFocus Film School. He is currently a standing member of the WGC’s Professional Development Committee (which involves a surprising amount of sitting).