HeartMcrRun 22nd May 2019

The World’s First Mass Participation GPS Art Event

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A GPS Drawing from inspiration to final art piece.

A GPS Drawing from inspiration to final art piece.

I am available for interviews leading up to the event. I will have the main artwork plus photos and videos from the 2019 event ready to be published very soon after we finish.

I create GPS artwork year round following themes such as Queen/Freddie Mercury, Chinese Zodiac Animals, Christmas, and others. See my GPS Art work on this page.

I have high res photos and video footage from the 2018 run ready to go in a dropbox folder if you need them. Take a look at the videos I produced last year here and here.

Contact - nathan@nathanrae.co.uk and 07891605962

My Inspiration - Image: Manchester Evening News

My Inspiration - Image: Manchester Evening News

HeartMcrRun on Social Media

We’ll be sharing live video, photos, short videos clips, comments, and links to news articles on the following social media accounts and on the facebook page:

You can share our progress and send messages to us while we run using the hashtag #HeartMcrRun
We’ll also be using #WeLoveManchester #ManchesterBombing and #NWAA in our social media posts.


Check out the videos from the run and clips from news and tv on my youtube channel.  I create videos of all my ultra marathon runs and races that you can find here: http://bit.ly/SeeYouAtTheFinishLine

A more artistic take on the 2018 HeartMcrRun.

A quick mention of the 2018 HeartMcrRun on BBC North West Tonight.

A slide show using the audio from my appearance on BBC Radio Manchester. May 2018.

A student news crew asked me to do an interview and also re edited some of the footage I shot during the event.

Awards? Almost…

I was nominated for a few awards. Didn’t win any. And the only one I was able to publicise…

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… I only received 0.9% of the vote! I actually voted for Siya Kolisi who was the first black South African Rugby Captain.