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Wilder is a visual storyteller, using film and photography to share unique perspectives on earth’s interconnectedness. Constantly inspired by the natural world, Wilder crafts stories in support of stewardship and sustainable living--in its many and diverse forms; his films have explored homesteading, green energy, aquaculture, sustainable tourism, and faith-based conservation. Wilder received a B.A. in Environmental Studies at Bowdoin College in 2016 and recently graduated from the SALT Institute for Documentary Studies. As a freelance cinematographer and editor, Wilder collaborates with non-profits advancing community and environmental sustainability in New England and abroad. If his digital work encourages viewers to close the browser and engage with nature anew, then Wilder is a happy storyteller. Based in Brunswick, Maine.
Davis Conservation Foundation Grant 2018; Conservation Media Group Film Fellowship 2016-2018; Thomas McKinley Entrepreneur Grant, Bowdoin College 2015; Psi Upsilon Environmental Fellowship, Bowdoin College 2014.
Bowdoin College, Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust, Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership, Kairos Earth, Ladakh Ecological Development Group, Ladakh Environment and Health Organization, Local Futures, Maine Audubon, Manomet, U.S. Forest Service, Wild Philanthropy.