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Dylan Marcus is an American film producer and entrepreneur based in the United States. He is Filipino and Japanese. Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, surrounded by sage mentors and friends, Dylan Marcus began entertaining at the age of 3 as a musician. As a child, he spent much of his leisure in sunny California. In this nurturing environment he is able to develop discernment. He attended private college-preparatory academy, Punahou School, where he learned about economics and discovered an interest in entrepreneurship. Succeeding young endeavors, Dylan Marcus followed his heart to New York City where he lived during the growing years.

New York University, then deemed the top dream school, was exactly that for him. As he puts it, "one of the best choices I ever made" was to attend NYU in New York City; not only for its champion programs, but also for its diverse population he has had the great honor to walk alongside. The camaraderie of fellow New Yorkers both hustling and happening effectuated equanimity for an otherwise rambunctious individual. His training in the fine arts and sciences has enriched everyday life and his love of learning constitutes his motley affairs. While furthering his education in marketing and philosophy, Dylan Marcus began making films. He is privileged to work with assorted artists and thinkers and to have lasting friendships with his contemporaries.

After university, Dylan Marcus encounters unique individuals, and pioneers ideas, while continuously striving to refine his resilience. He maintains filmmaking and other projects, including a trailblazing business featuring the booming technology of aerial drones and camera stabilizers.






"My family is the strongest and best part about me."
— Dylan Marcus



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"Just don't ask me 'Who is your favorite?'"
— Dylan Marcus

"What makes me see a 'wolf pack' is the similarity in the way wolves live and work together to create stability and protection."
— Dylan Marcus




"Thank you comrades and confidants for the bona fide sentiments. I respect and admire each of you and am honored to receive your praise."
— Dylan Marcus



Thank you for taking the time to learn about some of the things I have done throughout my life. I have had the pleasure of meeting many inspirational people who are the substance of my character. I am interested in many different things and I always welcome the opportunity to learn. Regarding my personality, I find there are two sides to me: one really enjoys creating elaborate projects, and being stimulated by knowledge; the other is pleased by simplicity, and enjoys nothing more than good company. Working, I work hard; and when I have free time, I prefer to spend it with family and friends. I appreciate traveling to new places and seeing how others live, and also trying new and original cuisine. Other than that, I try to do things that bring me excitement and love in each moment!

Eternally, my values are faith and love, and I think everyone has it in them to be kind and good; I try my best to be. As well, I admire loyalty. With friends who live around the world, distance does not diminish the foundation we develop. I try hard to be supportive and will always go the distance. Overall, my most important goal is to have a family as loving and as empathetic as the ones I am part of. Collectively, three nuclear units, and my brothers, help me be the best person I can be. Altogether, my one family is the strongest and best part about me! Here, I did my best to include my personal story beyond the projects I work on. For anything else you would like to know, ask away. Thank you for visiting!
— Dylan Marcus✍🏻


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have faith and love with no regrets,
Dylan Marcus