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Tim & Jeff Cronenweth Join Wondros Collective’s Commercial, Branded Division


The CronenwethsWondros Collective Sr. Executive Producer Danielle Perez has added to the company’s talent roster as The Cronenweths aka Tim and Jeff Cronenweth have joined the commercial and branded content division.

Jeff recently received a 2020 Emmy nomination for his cinematography work on Amazon’s Tales from the Loop, directed by Mark Romanek, and he previously collaborated with David Fincher on Fight ClubThe Social Network and The Girl With a Dragon Tattoo, the latter two for which he received Oscar nominations, again for his cinematography.

The Cronenweths are third-generation creatives, as the grandsons of Oscar-winning studio still photographer William Edward Cronenweth, plus their father was Blade Runner cinematographer Jordan Cronenweth. As a duo, they have directed and shot commercial projects for GMC, Mountain Dew, Budweiser, California Lottery and more, as well as made music videos for Nine Inch Nails, No Doubt, Christina Aguilera and other artists.

Wondros founder Jesse Dylan said about the directing team, “The Cronenweths bring a wealth of experience with them, and we’re elated they’ve joined the Wondros family. Their combined background in directing and cinematography provide an approach to storytelling that is creative, original, and seamless. We look forward to our future endeavors with this unique team.”

“I knew Jeff from my days as the Executive Producer at Satellite/Propaganda Films producing jobs with Mark Romanek,” added Wondros Collective EP Danielle Peretz. “I have long admired his work and I’m thrilled by the idea of having the Cronenweth brothers on our Wondros Collective roster. They are wonderful human beings, and their skilled range of storytelling, dialogue, and strong visual sensibility make for a lovely fit. We are delighted they have decided to join us.”

Jeff Cronenweth said about the new partnership: “We are fortunate to have been working in this industry for a long time, and we are at a point in our careers, and in our lives, where we want to do great work with good people. Jesse and Danielle at Wondros are exactly that and who we want to be collaborating with on a wide range of projects, in new and exciting ways as the industry changes and evolves.

You can learn more about Wondros Collective’s campaigns and collaborators at their official site.

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