Lit Manager Nate Matteson Joins Grandview (Exclusive)
Matteson was previously at The Gotham Group.
Literary manager Nate Matteson has joined Grandview.
Matteson spent the past eight years at The Gotham Group, where his clients included Hiro Murai, director/producer of the FX series Atlanta; David Bruckner, director of the upcoming feature The Ritual, which stars Rafe Spall and will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival; Craig William Macneill, director of the upcoming feature Lizzie, starring Kristen Stewart and Chloe Sevigny; and Narcos producers Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson.
Matteson also represents Kevin Phillips, director of Super Dark Times, which premiered at Tribeca and will be released in September by The Orchard; and Ben Collins & Luke Piotrowski, who wrote Super Dark Times as well as Stephanie, which was directed by Akiva Goldsman and will be released through Blumhouse.
Many of Matteson's clients will be moving with him to Grandview.
"We are thrilled to have Nate join the team," Grandview founders Jeff Silver and Matt Rosen said in a statement. "He has built a really impressive list of artists and storytellers, and we are excited to help him continue to grow here at Grandview."
Matteson began his career at Paradigm as an agent trainee.