Zeke Anders is a Korean-American award-winning director and content creator.
His work has won the top honors at the Worldfest Houston, New York Festival, Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition, Flagstaff Int’l Film Festival, two W3 Awards, eight National Telly’s, and most recently two 2019 Clio Awards.
Anders has been featured in NBC News, The Huffington Post, Asian-American News Journal, Daily Voice by eFM Seoul, and NPR to name a few. His irreverent portraits satirizing New York’s Supreme street wear look book landed in Esquire, AdWeek, High Snobiety, and Hypebeast. And in 2020, his COVID-19 psa, When the Motor Stops – a rally cry to stay home and #staysafe went viral garnering over 930K views and featured in media outlets around the world including MSNBC’s Last Word, CBS’ Sunday Morning, and Manzi Live – South Africa.
He has collaborated alongside artists like cinematographer Janusz Kaminski, actor/director Ben Stiller, comedy legend Lily Tomlin, singer/actor Dwight Yoakam, and veteran music video/commercial director Peter Care.
Excelling in narrative/docu-style and street photography content, he is sure to find those moments (sometimes, off-beat) that make up who we are and relate to in a personal way.