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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 6 January 1966New York, USA
Birth NameJesse Byron Dylan

Mini Bio (1)

Jesse Dylan created and leads Wondros, a production company that tells the stories of the most innovative organizations and individuals. By translating their ideas and projects, he makes known how they are helping change the world. The aim of his work is to inspire passion, engage and motivate people to take action. He works across the globe on a wide range of projects from health and science, to justice and human rights to education.

His clients include: Clinton Global Initiative, Council of Foreign Relations, IBM, MIT Media Lab, One, the Open Society Foundations, Sundance, TED and the X prize. In addition to global, his company Wondros has commercial and music video divisions as well as 5D, a design studio that creates immersive experiences across media platforms to explore the future of storytelling and works with such clients as Intel and Boeing.

Award winning work includes: "Yes We Can," which captured an Emmy, and "Lonely Boy," by the Black Keys, that won the 2012 MVPA Best Alternative Video Award.

In addition, Jesse Dylan has directed feature films, documentaries, music videos, and ads. He is behind some of the most successful campaigns in commercial television, print, and interactive advertising; he has created acclaimed commercials for clients including Nike, Nintendo, Motorola, American Express, Major League Baseball, the NFL, and MTV.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Evin

Spouse (1)

Susan Traylor (? - present) (1 child)

Trivia (6)

Son of legendary singer/songwriter Bob Dylan and Sara Dylan.
Brother of Jakob Dylan, lead singer of The Wallflowers.
President of Paradise Music and Entertainment, Inc.
Son-in-law of William Traylor and Peggy Feury.
Brother-in-law of Stephanie Feury and Paige Dylan.
Son, William, born in 1995.

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