About Paul Wyatt


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As a visual storyteller Paul Wyatt is trusted by well known brands, start-ups, tech companies, local community groups, broadcasters, charities and many others to connect large audiences from all walks of life to films and videos which use a range of emotions from empathy to humour to highlight  characters, products and causes.


Paul is a self shooting director and producer who understands that storytelling is a powerful tool for connection and inspiring action. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, London’s Design Museum, online and on TV.

Paul’s work removes complexity and amplifies the voice of innovators, creators and the disenfranchised across mediums and formats: from short films to feature documentaries, branded content and two minute scripted promotional videos for online. He is comfortable behind the camera as well as in the edit booth and shares his knowledge by regularly working with students (most recently from University of the Arts London and Morley College) giving them support and practical know how in crafting videos with strong narrative and messaging at their core.

Paul is a regular contributor to the creative press and is the author of The Digital Creative Survival Guide.


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 are interested in commissioning Paul please get in touch.

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