Ben Masters is a filmmaker, writer, and photographer currently living in Austin, TX. Masters studied wildlife biology at Texas A&M University and is most known for producing Unbranded and for directing The River and The Wall. He has written for National Geographic, Western Horseman, and has two books published by Texas A&M University Press. Masters is an award winning filmmaker with Audience Awards at Telluride Mountainfilm, Banff International Film Festival, Hot Docs International Film Festival, and recipient of the SXSW Louis Black Lone Star Award. He makes character driven movies about wildlife and wildlife habitat.
He's guided pack trips across Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana and has spent three seasons working for an outfitter in the Teton Wilderness at the most backcountry camp in the lower 48. In 2010, he completed a 2,000 mile ride along the Continental Divide Trail and in 2013 he was part of the 3,000 mile "Unbranded" ride and documentary outfitting his horses in 5 Star Saddle Pads.
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