About: Mark Nathan Willetts
Born in 1982 from a mixed cultural heritage; I have always had an interest for the nuance, the abstract, the very things that open a person's mind to new meaning and understanding.
Years ago, the editor, at the time, of the New York Art magazine - Jason Stopa, referred to me as being a "renaissance man". And I feel that such a description aptly sums up the ethos for how I approach life; with wide eyed wonder, persistence, and dedication to explore, whilst tangibly recreating the energies that reside within my being.
Performing on stage at the Liverpool International Festival.
2010 theatre show ABraCaDaBra for which I wrote and narrated the script.
For over 2 decades I have trained and studied for thousands of hours, and greatly mastered a wide variety of skills, also gaining 6 formal qualifications, and building a valuable amount of experience whilst working as a learning specialist for companies such as Learndirect and Experian.
Teaching and mentoring others is something that I am passionate about.
Shortlisted for ESU President’s award for new technology in English language teaching
During the pursuit of bringing my ideas to life, I have worked extensively on a huge range of self initiated projects, spent time as a dancer, a writer, a musician, a poet, and a wide range of other creative exploration; which I feel has strengthened my creative outlook as a whole.
Moving forward I have many aspirations for the various creative works which I continue to invest in; and I look forward to releasing some very cool things in the near future.
I am also proud to be moving forward with my motivational/mental health initiative; through which I aim to support aspiring creatives with original support materials and advice, whilst maintaining the mentoring and encouragement of the amazing creative souls who I encounter regularly on my journey.
I believe that life is a gift with so much opportunity to learn, develop, and contribute.
Thank you for reading. Mark
"We must continually grow until our ideas converge for a better future"
- Mark Nathan Willetts