Jonathan Sanden is a filmmaker and video director based in Brooklyn, NY. A graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Jonathan started his career in feature film post-production, working first at The Weinstein Company serving as both an editor and post-production coordinator and subsequently at the digital lab Deluxe New York as a digital intermediate editor, working with colorists, editors, VFX artists, and cinematographers to finish films for top directors like Woody Allen, Noah Baumbach, and David Frankel, among many others. His film credits include the films Midnight in Paris, Greenberg, Young Adult, The Big Year, Premium Rush, and more.
In 2012, Jonathan co-founded SandenWolff Productions with his wife and producing-partner, Rachel Wolff. Through SandenWolff, he has directed a range projects, from documentary shorts featuring some of the most renowned contemporary artists in the world to deep-dives into upside of fakes, Biosphere 2, and artificial intelligence to editorially-driven branded content for The New School, HP, Microsoft, and commercial work for FILA. Additional clients include Architectural Digest, Christie's, the Guggenheim, Public Art Fund, Swiss Institute, Thompson Hotels, and more.