"By applying what I’ve learned in Theater and Psychology, as well as Art Theory,
I aim to control the viewer’s subconscious gaze." - Nathan Day, Digital Artist

At age four, year 1993, Nathan Day was always at the computer. Starting on a Macintosh with
a black and white screen and currently residing on an Alienware, most of Nathan's early life
was seen through pixles. He began with sketches on paper, but they were always conceptual:
they were there to get an idea across. Only once Nathan got a hold of a program known as
Paintshop Pro did he see what he wanted to do with his life.
Nathan Day is currently a student at Bowling Green State University, his works pieced together
with both Art and Psychology in mind.