Nathan Sing was born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. Growing up, he became interested in the arts, music and various forms of media including television, print and radio. He was known by his grandparents to put on a show for them, as he hosted mock-television shows every day after school. As he grew older, it became apparent that journalism is what Nathan was born to pursue a career in.

In 2013, he sought out to gain experience in the industry, and since then has worked in print, broadcast and radio. 

Besides journalism, Nathan is an active advocate for health and nutrition, and its importance in the lives of people all over the world. This all started after he overcame an eating disorder, and underwent a complete mental and physical transformation in 2013. Since then, his passion for health, nutrition, and fitness has flourished. In 2015, after trying almost every fad-diet and eating-lifestyle known to man, Nathan adopted a plant-based vegan diet, and hasn't looked back. 

In 2014, Nathan began working with the Heart and Stroke Foundation, where he has been a research assistant for the Stop Marketing To Kids Coalition, a panelist alongside Jamie Oliver and Senator Nancy Greene Raine on childhood obesity in Canada, and a spokesperson for their Heart Month 2017 campaign. 

He is currently based in Toronto, Ontario and studies journalism at Ryerson University.