Videographer and Digital Content Creator
Jesse Rosenberg has been working as a video creator and photographer since graduating from New York University Tisch School of the Arts in 2014. Before being hired by CIL, he produced a video for Great Big Story in Wadi Rum, Jordan, with over 150k views. From 2016 to 2020, he worked as a camera operator on multiple documentary travel series with shoots completed in 29 countries over six continents. He was a camera operator for BBC Earth’s Extreme Treks (Season 2 and 3), Discovery Channel’s Expedition Asia, and Tencent’s Granny Knows Best. In addition to working on travel shows, Jesse has directed and filmed branded content for a wide range of companies and non-profit organizations including Skullcandy, Google Play Music, LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired, and Swim Across America.
How did you get involved with the Independent Living Movement?
Throughout my career, I have been passionate about producing video and photography content for non-profit organizations. After reading about the history of the Independent Living Movement and CIL, I was immediately drawn to the organization and excited to use my creative skills to showcase CIL’s programs. My time with CIL has expanded my knowledge and appreciation of the Independent Living Movement and how CIL supports the community.
I love to make music and go hiking in my spare time.