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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, photographer, and editor, Wilder collaborates with non-profits with environmental and community driven missions in New England and abroad. If his digital work encourages viewers to close a browser and go outside, then Wilder is a happy storyteller. Based in Brunswick, Maine.
Davis Conservation Foundation Grant 2018; Conservation Media Group Film Fellowship 2016-2017; 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, U.S. Forest Service, Wild Philanthropy.