Wyatt Rogowski is a Los Angeles based film / television editor who specializes in both documentary and narrative. Getting his start in music & fashion docs, Wyatt went on to edit and co-produce his first feature documentary “Sweet Micky for President” winning both the Grand Jury Prize & Audience Award at Slamdance Film Festival as well as being purchased by Showtime.
Soon after Wyatt transitioned into television, editing docu-series for National Geographic, History Channel and Travel Channel as well as jumping into narrative television with series such as “The American West” (AMC), “Making of the Mob Chicago” (AMC) and “An American Playboy” (AMAZON). His most recent work includes the feature documentary, “Fire on the Hill” (Jury Prize, LA Film Festival) and is currently co-editing Futurism’s Sci-Fi epic documentary, “I Am Human”.
Through his diverse portfolio, Wyatt has gained a deep understanding in the balance of maintaining an audience’s attention while ensuring the deeper emotional message is absorbed, cut by cut. Beyond editing, Wyatt enjoys shooting for various side projects, joining a friendly writing roundtable or being goofy in the occasional acting class.