Young (Pawnee/Delaware/Kiowa) is the co-director of
the Professional Development Center at the Fort Gibson Public
Schools in Oklahoma, where he leads students in the creation of
indigneous language animations. In 2005 he was awarded Renew Media's
[formerly known as National Video Resources] Media Arts Fellowship.
Young is currently completing production on Creating Space
for Culture and History in Indian Health Care, a documentary
funded by the National Indian Women's Health Resource Center and
the California Endowment. He is also producing a high-definition
animation in Pawnee, Kits-ta-rux-ti: The Wonderful River.
He received a BA in art history from the University of Oklahoma.
Young lives in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Screened by NMAI
Image credit: Nathan
Young - photograph by Dustinn Craig