About the Director
Jesse Dylan is the founder and CEO of Wondros, a global creative agency and production company that tells the stories of innovative organizations and individuals. His mission is to inspire passion, engage, and motivate people to take action. He works across the globe on a wide range of projects from health, science, and education, to social justice and human rights.
Some of the institutions he’s served: Open Society Foundations, National Institutes of Health, Harvard Medical School, the Columbia School of Journalism, MD Anderson Cancer Center, the Clinton Global Initiative, Council of Foreign Relations, IBM, MIT Media Lab, Milken Institute, One, Sundance, The Getty, The Guggenheim, TED, the McCain Institute for International Leadership, and XPRIZE.
Dylan has directed feature films, documentaries, music videos, and advertisements. He is behind some of the most successful campaigns in commercial television, print, and interactive advertising. In 2016, he started working for the National Institutes of Health All of Us research campaign, that aims to enroll one million Americans as partners in medical research. He also created a narrative strategy for the Biden Cancer campaign #cancerFIERCE, that connects cancer communities to the resources they need. In 2008, he directed the Emmy Award-winning Obama viral campaign “Yes We Can.” In 2012, he directed the Black Keys music video “Lonely Boy,” winner of the 2012 MVPA Best Alternative Video Award.