Wyatt is an award-winning writer/director, comedian, musician, and gifted songwriter. He graduated with honors from Binghamton University in 1999 with a B.A. in English and minored in avant-garde filmmaking.
After working as a production assistant on dozens of commercials and television shows in New York City, he worked as a guest coordinator at Sony Pictures Entertainment from 2000-2003.
In 2003, he attended the NY Film Academy and launched 327 Films, a micro-budgeted production company which produces short films, advertising spots, and short documentaries dealing with social justice issues. The short documentary "Debashish Bhattachyra: Trinity of Guitars", screened at the 2007 Action on Film International Film Festival where it was nominated for Best Music Video.
He has created spec spots for a wide variety of online contests with some success, winning cash prizes and air time for spots created for Pop Secret and the non-profit Psoriasis Cure Now. Additional advertising spots were created for Harrah's Entertainment, ETrade, and Benjamin Moore.
From 2011 until Covid-19, Wyatt has had a successful career as an audio video technician, having had contracted positions at Citigroup, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of China, and most recently, Warner Media.
He has written two original screenplays and a sci-fi television pilot, which are in early stages of development. In 2016, he published "Driving Until Dawn, a collection of short stories under the pen name David Wesley. Wyatt performs occasionally under the stage name Ben Burn.