Nathaniel Drew
YouTube Bloger (USA)
Nathaniel in his 22 is a popular YouTube-bloger. Since 2015 more than 900 000 people from all over the globe has subscribed to the channel of this young guy.

In his short videos Nathaniel reflects in searching mental clarity and how to live a better life in the 21st century. He frequently tests himself doing challenges, film videos explaining on topics of interest of his audience, based on his own experience, e.g. how to start making money on the Internet and become a digital nomad.
Members of his multi-ethnic family sometimes are becoming the heroes of his videos. One of the most viewed ones of this kind is a video featuring his granny, with whom Nathaniel is speaking in 5+ languages. Listening to their dialogue we are tracing his granny's story, who was born in Egypt, but then spend some parts of her life in Italy, Israel, Argentine and USA.

Nathaniel himself is travelling a lot during the past couple of years, promoting slow travel, behind his back months spent in Mexico and Italy, where he was learning language, culture and, of course, self-exploring. In March 2020 he headed over to France, at the time when the coronavirus has been growing rapidly all over the world.
VLOG
TRAPPED IN PARIS (ALONE)
A lot of things have changed unexpectedly in a few weeks. Nathaniel decided to move to Paris to an uncertain time, but this very moment the government of France decided to further tighten of measures, and to reduce movement greatly. Will it be possible for young man to adapt to the new life-conditions or he will have to leave probably «the most beautiful city in the world»?

Paris like this is unlikely to be seen by any of us. Bloger takes his camera and go jogging (this is one of the accepted exceptions that allows you to go out) to gather wits and document, how the iconic locations of Paris look like during the coronavirus breakdown.
A lot of things have changed unexpectedly in a few weeks. Nathaniel decided to move to Paris for an uncertain time, but this very moment the government of France decided to further tighten of measures, and to reduce movement greatly. Will it be possible for a young man to adapt to the new life-conditions or he will have to leave probably «the most beautiful city in the world»?
TRAPPED IN PARIS (ALONE)
Paris like this is unlikely to be seen by any of us. Bloger takes his camera and go jogging (this is one of the accepted exceptions that allows you to go out) to gather wits and document, how the iconic locations of Paris look like during the coronavirus breakdown.
Statistics | COVID-19 in France
est. April 22, 2020 (morning)
159 300
People infected
20 829
People died
39 842
People recovered