About Paul Wyatt
Paul Wyatt makes factual content for brands, broadcasters, NGO’s and educational institutions. He began his career as a designer working with agencies Start Creative, Big Active and Neville Brody’s Research Studios. Later, as an art director, he produced brand communications work for Virgin Media, British Airways, Cadbury and The Royal Academy of Music as well as TV properties.
Since 2010 Paul has been producing branded content, promotional videos, exhibition films, social media content and feature documentaries for The Design Museum, D&AD, The Royal College of Art, Ustwo, Leeds Cultural Institute, Royal Society of Arts, Camira, The London Design Festival, Milan Design Week and Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
His film work has helped raise significant investment for client projects, securing funding for workshops, outreach work, masterclasses and education initiatives. It’s also generated reach having been seen hundreds of thousands of times.
Paul writes for the creative press about film, practical techniques for animation and motion graphics as well as opinion pieces, and hosts round table discussions with influencers from the creative industry. He works with students at the University of the Arts London giving practical support and guidance as they develop Kickstarter style videos for social good ideas.
“It was great to be able to trust Paul with our ambitions for the project knowing that he’d just run with it and come back with something amazing.”
Foundation Manager, D&AD
“Real people…real information…real communication.”
Rupert S Macnee
Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
“We have been very fortunate to work with Paul Wyatt, the talent behind our collection of films. They have become intrinsic to the identity of the project and are an invaluable resource.”
Head of the RSA Great Recovery
“Paul Wyatt is a fantastic storyteller who uses wonderful images to illustrate his tales. If you want a pick-me-up just make time to view his creations: you will be left smiling.”
Charles Ross, The Royal College of Art
“In our films, Paul has captured a sense of the writer, their work and voice.”
Annette Brook, Communications Manager
The Royal Society of Literature