Wilder Nicholson is a commercial and documentary filmmaker based in Bath, Maine. Receiving a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies at Bowdoin College, Wilder turned his passion for the environment towards filmmaking and began collaborating with non-profits with the Psi Upsilon Community Matters Fellowship, the Joshua Chamberlain Scholarship, and Thomas McKinley Grant. Studying Development and Globalization with a CIEE program in Thailand, Wilder worked with a local land rights NGO to produce a documentary that was published with a local newspaper and premiered at the Annual Isaan Human Rights Festival. As a Conservation Media Group Film Fellow from 2016-2019, Wilder has collaborated with Hurricane Island Foundation to produce a series of films about the Island’s research, sustainable systems, and experiential science programs. After studying at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in 2018 and 2019, Wilder founded New Hearth Media–a production company focused on stories of sustainable living and climate adaptation. Wilder is a media volunteer with Sunrise and 350 Maine.