Hello, & thank you for stopping by!
My full name is Wyat Livingston Taylor, and yes, that’s where the “WLT” comes from. I’ve been calling myself a photographer for eight years now, and I don’t see it slowing down anytime soon. I love exploring different corners of the world all while creating relationships with people I meet along the way. Recently I’ve chosen to specialize in couple photography. However nevertheless I have a keen interest in collaborating with anyone for all things creative. I often describe myself as a a photographer who, one day, wants to improve lives through better urban design. I also do graphic design on the side. That being said, in my recent experience I have explored much of graphic design, web design, videography, as well as architectural design.
My passion for exploring new fields and new places goes hand in hand. I look for this in those I work with as well. I don't want one to simply think I am an artist at good price. Between us, It shouldn't be about the price. It should be our passion to collaborate and create something real. Whether it's your wedding day, or your company's brand; we're here because we're passionate.
If any of this sounds like something you could use or learn from, please feel free to contact me using the form below. I’ll get back to you as soon as possible!
AWARDS & CREDENTIALS
2009 - Canon Photography in the Parks Honorable Mention
2010 - Canon Photography in the Parks Grand Prize
2011 - Washington Center for Performing Art's 25th Anniversary featured artist
2012 - 3rd Place in Society of Professional Journalist, Region 10 Mark of Excellence Awards in Breaking News Photography
2011 - 2013 Washington State Employee Credit Union Annual Calendar Contest
2014 - 1st Place in Society of Professional Journalist, Region 10 Mark of Excellence Awards in Large Photo Illustration
2016 - Graduated from Washington State University with a B.S. in Architectural Studies & a Minor in Graphic Design
Published within The Daily Evergreen News, Moscow-Pullman Daily News, Calculus for Students in Zanzibar Textbook, Boy's Life