About Paul Wyatt


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Paul Wyatt is a self producing filmmaker and media consultant whose work has been featured in The New Yorker, Forbes, London’s Design Museum, online and on TV. He is trusted by brands, charities, educational institutions, broadcasters and local community groups to connect large audiences from all walks of life to videos which highlight characters, products and causes.


Paul comes from a background in the creative industry where he branded spaceships for Virgin Galaxy, produced the online X Factor, wrote continuity scripts, launched products and brands, worked with Neville Brody's Research Studios on visualisation for Merrell, Mumm and Daft Punk and produced animations, TV ads and videos. He has a solid understanding of the digital media landscape which includes social media, conversational marketing, viral marketing and content distribution.

His film and video work has significantly impacted client project engagement across mediums and formats: from short films to feature documentaries, branded content and two minute scripted promotional videos for online.

His films and videos have helped projects raise awareness, funding and win awards.

Paul is a regular contributor to the creative press and is the author of The Digital Creative Survival Guide. He works with students at University of the Arts London giving them support and practical know how in the crafting of videos with strong narrative messaging at their core.

To find out more about Paul’s work you can watch a film about his work or read this profile of him from Creative Boom

If you'd like to chat with Paul about a project please get in touch.

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