Led by filmmaker Jonathan Sanden and writer/editor Rachel Wolff, SANDENWOLFF specializes in short-form, documentary-style films. We work with artists, architects, brands, designers, museums, galleries, universities, and other creatively-minded commercial and non-profit organizations to craft engaging, high-quality content that offers viewers a deeper understanding of who they are and what they do.
Jonathan Sanden is a filmmaker with experience in all facets of film and video production. After graduating from NYU film school, he began his career as a post-production coordinator at The Weinstein Company working directly with filmmakers and company executives to complete and release numerous feature films. He was also a digital intermediate editor at Deluxe New York working with colorists, editors, VFX artists, and cinematographers to finish films for top directors like Woody Allen, Noah Baumbach, David Frankel, and more. In 2013, he was an additional editor on the feature film All is Bright, directed by Phil Morrison. Jonathan oversees all visual and technical aspects of production and post-production at SandenWolff.
Rachel Wolff is a writer and editor based in Brooklyn. Her writing has appeared in New York magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Architectural Digest, ARTnews, Condé Nast Traveler,Departures, Details, and Elle and she has served as a contributing editor to Art + Auction and Modern Painters. Rachel oversees creative on all SandenWolff films, consults with clients on story and concept, and conducts and edits all interviews. She contributes a sharp editorial point of view and plays a critical role in shaping the voice, visuals, and stories embedded in each SandenWolff production. For examples of Rachel’s written work, please visit: www.rachelwolff.com.
Stephen Parnigoni is an editor living and working in Brooklyn, NY. A graduate of Bard College and New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, he has edited a range of projects from documentaries, narratives, music videos, and commercials. He edits with a focus and passion for crafting together the most compelling imagery with the right tone and feel for the project.
Noah Therrien is an experienced filmmaker with an eclectic background in documentary and narrative film production. He has served as Producer, Cinematographer, Assistant Director, Gaffer and Production Manager for feature films, commercial campaigns, television and short form documentaries. Noah oversees the technical producing elements of many SandenWolff projects, while also serving as a cinematographer and lighting technician. In that dual role, Noah oversees productions from start to finish with a focus on creative problem-solving and artful producing that enhances the visual storytelling and overall quality of a production while always accounting for the bottom line.
Kerri Kearse is an Associate Producer/editor living and working in Brooklyn, NY. A graduate from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, she has been awarded grants to produce various multimedia projects over the years. She has produced and edited short-form digital content for such organizations as the Museum of Modern Art and UNC-Chapel Hill. At SandenWolff, she brings her keen eye for unique images and deeply human narratives to each project she facilitates. To view her creative portfolio, please visit: www.kerrikearse.com.