Wyatt is an award winning filmmaker and photographer based in the Flathead Valley, Montana and Los Angeles. A directing graduate of the American Film Institute Conservatory, his thesis film played in festivals worldwide and was a semi-finalist for the Student Academy Awards. Also an accomplished musician, he has won the national fiddling championship in Weiser, Idaho.

His work examines and documents the relationship between people and landscape in isolated environments. Since 2015, he has been in development on a series of films set in Eastern Montana about the modern day conflicts between the Northern Cheyenne, white ranchers, and the land. The first of these films, ASHLAND, is currently in production with support from Film Independent and the Big Sky Film Grant.

As a photographer, Wyatt traveled on self-assignment to southern Russia to photograph life in the remote villages of Bashkortostan with the local Bashkirs, famed horse breeders and honey weavers.

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