Zachary Kerschberg

Zachary Kerschberg

Director, Writer


Zachary Kerschberg is a multi-award winning director of film, television and commercials. He has directed projects for some of the most major networks and streaming services such as HBO, Netflix, Amazon, NBC, ABC, AMC, and The CW, in addition to a wide variety of commercial campaigns for clients such as Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, and Target.

Kerschberg was born in Los Angeles, California and grew up in the San Fernando Valley, where his passion for film and storytelling began at a young age. He studied film at UCLA’s School of Theater, Film & Television, and graduated with honors in 2002. After college, he went on to work as an assistant editor and editor on films, television shows, and commercials.

In 2010, Kerschberg made the leap to directing with a series of award-winning short films that showcased his distinct visual style. His work caught the attention of the industry, and soon he was directing music videos for major recording artists such as The Black Eyed Peas,, and Jennifer Lopez. His music videos earned him multiple MTV Video Music Award nominations and wins.

Kerschberg has since gone on to direct several feature films, television series, and commercials. His feature films include “The Castle of Dreams” (2012), “The Golden Cage” (2015), and “The Curse of the Lost Gold” (2018), a horror-comedy that won multiple awards on the festival circuit. His television credits include directing episodes for hit shows such as “The Flash” (CW), “The Walking Dead” (AMC), “Scream Queens” (Fox), “The Good Place” (NBC), and “Goliath” (Amazon).

Kerschberg’s work has been recognized with multiple awards, including Best Director at the Los Angeles Film Festival for “The Curse of the Lost Gold” (2018). He also won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Commercial for the Apple commercial “The Rock x Siri: Dominate the Day” (2017).

Kerschberg continues to push the boundaries of storytelling with his work, creating visually stunning stories that capture the imagination. His passion for film and storytelling has earned him recognition from both fans and critics alike.

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