Jeffrey Wyatt

Director of Spatial Storytelling

Jeffrey Wyatt

Director of Spatial Storytelling

Jeffrey Wyatt is passionate about helping museums and cultural institutions become sustainable and successful. He consults with museums and cultural organizations around the world interested in creating meaningful experiences with their patrons.

He has over 25 years’ experience in the design and production of some of the most highly attended touring and permanent attractions. At GES Entertainment Mr. Wyatt produced exhibitions including Harry Potter the Exhibition. While at Arts & Exhibitions International (AEG Live), Mr. Wyatt oversaw the design, construction, and touring of the blockbuster King Tut exhibition. Additionally, he supervised the installation of this exhibition in nine cities worldwide. Wyatt was also the producer of Michael Jackson: The Official Exhibition in London, Tokyo, and Osaka.

While at Clear Channel Exhibitions, Mr. Wyatt directed the creation and tours of several blockbuster exhibitions including Titanic, Vatican, and NASA’s Space among others.

Prior to his museum career, Wyatt was in the entertainment field working for Universal Creative as project manager for Terminator 2:3D and the Nickelodeon Live show at Universal Studios Hollywood.

He began his career as museum theatre designer and project manager at Iwerks Entertainment. Mr. Wyatt has an architecture degree from the University of California, Berkeley and MBA from the University of Texas, San Antonio. He has been married for 25 years with 3 college kids and a 100-pound Bouvier.