Mark S. Wexler is one of America’s preeminent documentary and aerial filmmakers and an award-winning photojournalist.  He is known for producing films and images that present vivid characters with honesty and wit. Legendary film critic Roger Ebert hailed his documentary, “Me and My Matchmaker” “amazing and touching” and his film “Tell Them Who You Are,” an exploration of the tumultuous relationship with his father, two time Oscar winning cinematographer Haskell Wexler won a place on the Associated Press’ list of the Top Ten Film of that year and received high praise from the New York Times, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, and others. Wexler's passion for aviation led to his third film, Air Force One, becoming the first filmmaker granted full access behind the scenes to the world's most famous and secret airplane. The one-hour primetime PBS National Geographic special earned some of the highest ratings ever for a documentary. His most recent documentary “How to Live Forever” was lauded “Engaging, remarkably spry and lighthearted,” by the New York Times. 

 Wexler has covered assignments as a photojournalist and commercial photographer in over 90 countries and has a unique way of capturing each culture with intimacy and wit.  The Washington Post has deemed Wexler, “our latter-day Phineas Fogg.”  Wexler’s clients have included National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveler, and the Smithsonian as well as contributor to multiple volumes of “Day in the Life, amongst others.  Wexler has published his own book for Random House, “Hollywood.” Based in Thailand and Los Angeles, Wexler works worldwide with motion and still clients. 


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