About

Since beginning his career as a 17-year-old field producer for MTV, director/cinematographer Andrew Wonder has lived with mole people, taught high school, raided drug cartels with the DEA and captured the last days of NASA’s space shuttles in 3D.

Working with filmmakers like Paul Schrader and Harris Savides, ASC, Andrew learned that developing new technology is the key to bringing humanity into filmmaking. Whether creating commercials for clients like GE, AT&T, Prudential and Microsoft or directing second unit on films like Dog Eat Dog (TIFF 2016), Andrew strives to create a new tool for every project. From designing new VR solutions to rebuilding Kubrick’s trademark zoom lens, he is constantly looking for a new way to immerse his audience in a world they haven’t experienced before.

Other accomplishments include winning MTV's MADE an Emmy for its 200th episode, creating a film for Venice’s 70th Anniversary Future Reloaded series, his viral hit film, Undercity, and a Cannes Film Craft Lion for the film he created for his anti-school shooting organization, One More Day. 

Andrew's passion will always be education and working to help high school students. His foundation, Right to Win, sponsors student athletes in Ohio dealing with controversial Pay-to-Play fees.