Robert A. Clark
Some of Wyatt Weed's earliest memories are of the movies. He vividly remembers seeing
2001: A SPACE ODESSEY at age 4 and shortly thereafter turning the living room floor into
a moon base. Although his parents indulged him in drawing, sculpture, and photography
classes, it was the release of "Star Wars" that inspired Wyatt to pick up a Super 8 mm film
camera. Soon after, an obsession was born.
Moving from his hometown of Springfield, Illinois to St. Louis in 1980, Weed attended Webster
University for film production, Meramec College for still photography, and Southern Illinois
University for acting. He dabbled in American Cablevision's "public access" opportunities,
introducing him to the growing field of video as well as live television. After a string of
short film and video projects, Wyatt landed his first professional film job in 1986 on the
St. Louis portion of the Taylor Hackford-directed HAIL, HAIL, ROCK AND ROLL.
Longing for bigger and better opportunities, Wyatt took the trek west to Los Angeles in 1988
and soon found himself working as a jack of all trades in a variety of television shows and
feature films, including FLIGHT OF THE INTRUDER, STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION,
PREDATOR 2, STAR TREK: VOYAGER, LORD OF ILLUSIONS, JAY-JAY THE JET PLANE,
MUPPETS FROM SPACE, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 2, and RED PLANET. Wyatt soon moved
from building miniatures and art department work into second unit directing and visual effect
supervision on the features KUNG FU RASCALS, GUYVER: DARK HERO, and DRIVE. He also
directed STAR RUNNERS, a science fiction television pilot. The pilot was purchased by
Universal but unfortunately was never aired.
Wyatt met fellow filmmaker Robert Clark while working on long-time friend Ted Smith's
GUARDIAN OF THE REALM, and joined Pirate Pictures after the completion of that feature. In
2006 he returned to St. Louis permanently, writing and directing short films, music videos,
and the award-winning 48 Hour Film Projects BAG OF TRICKS and LOVE BYTES, all in
preparation for making SHADOWLAND.
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