My name is Wyatt

Work Family Education Faith Writing

Catch up on my work, family, education, faith and writing here.

Recent updates

    September 2018
  • Semper Tri 2018

    update

    Eager to get back in shape, I signed up for the Semper Tri Triathalon at Camp Pendleton. I started training about two months before the race began, running with my three kids, two in the stroller and one on his balance bike, and spending lots of time at the community swimming pool. My objective for this race was just to finish, and I succeeded! I finished the race in 2:07. It was a 500 meter swim, 30K bike ride, and 5k run.

  • April 2018
  • Santa Clara University School of Law

    family, update, education

    Cate put law school on hold so I could start my career and so we could start our family. Now she's enrolled in Santa Clara Law School, right in the heart of Silicon Valley. She loves her classmates and the challenge of law school, and our whole family has loved living near campus.
  • May 2017
  • We live in San Diego

    family, update

    With a new startup growing and looking forward to living closer to family, we moved to San Diego. We made some wonderful friends and have discovered date night as we perma-hire a babysitter every Friday night.
  • February 2017
  • Directangular begins

    work, update

    After several months of moonlighting with a classmate from highschool on a fun side project call ShopTheRoe.com, the company exploded. I put all my other ventures on hold and joined up full-time. Super excited for the Directangular adventure that's about to begin!
  • October 2013
  • List Shack has landed

    work, update

    While getting some big data sets for Scott and Dr. Bob to work with for Analyze Corp's big data product, I spent some time working with a good friend to launch List Shack - Unlimited marketing lists for $50 per month.
  • February 2013
  • Just started a business

    work, update

    I've started my own company with four partners. We've raised $1M from friends and family, and are diving in to see if we can make something happen in the emerging market of Big Data.
  • November 2011
  • DC we're here!

    family, work, update

    My first permanent position with Raytheon Technical Services division brought us to the nation's capital for the opportunity to take on some overseas projects in Russia, Saudi Arabia, and the United Kingdom. Georgetown Cupcakes was our favorite place to take friends and family visiting from out of town.
  • September 2010
  • Landed in Boston

    work, update, family

    We had the choice to move to San Diego or Boston, and we decided to go Boston! We love it here and have found some wonderful friends and some amazing mentors.
  • August 2009
  • Working in Los Angeles

    work, update

    After BYU, I joined Raytheon, a Fortune 100 company in aerospace and defense, and was offered a position in their Contracts Leadership Development Program. They liked that I was comfortable working with attorneys and I liked that I could work with every other part of the business in preparation for starting my own company one day.
  • August 2009
  • Why men wear womens' jeans

    update, writing

    Why would anyone do something unpopular or controversial? This question entered my thoughts the first time I saw a man wearing skin-tight, women's flare jeans. The curiousity turned into an Honors' Thesis written under the advisement of Ray Christensen, PHD.
  • April 2009
  • Later BYU!

    update, education

    After just two and a half years, I'm done with my undergraduate degree in political science at BYU. What a great experience studying here has been. Now to just figure out how to make some money...
  • January 2008
  • Working in the Scottish Parliament

    update, work

    I was burned out from BYU and in desperate need of a change of scenery. I couldn't have found a better place to work than the Scottish Parliament.
  • October 2004
  • Missionary in Costa Rica

    update, faith

    I spent two years serving as a missionary for the Mormon church in Costa Rica. My service changed the trajectory of my life and the lives of many of the people that I met. Pura Vida!
  • June 2004
  • Mountain Crest High School

    update, education

    Loved High School, particularly playing football and wrestling, but the one thing I remember most was how much I was looking forward to the future.