The youngest son of the artist Jamie Boyd, Nathaniel belongs to the distinguished Boyd artistic dynasty that began in 1886.
Tutored by his father Jamie Boyd, an acknowledged master colourist, Nathaniel is equally gifted across a wide variety of mediums - sculpture, gouache, pastel and oil on canvas. Nathaniel Boyd continues to perform as a cello performer in classical music around the world, and also exhibits his beautiful sculptures as well as painting landscapes of Hampstead Heath, the English and Italian countryside.
Nathaniel enjoys an international reputation as a classical cellist, performing at the world's most prestigious venues. He draws artistic inspiration from the cityscapes and landscapes he encounters on his travels around the world. Like his father Jamie Boyd and his grand-father Arthur Boyd, Nathaniel also spends time in Bundanon by the Shoalhaven River where he is inspired by the dramatic landscape to create works in a range of mediums - sculpture, gouache, pastel and oil on canvas and board.