Mylan is a director, cinematographer and editor that specializes in finding and capturing character-driven video narratives that engage people’s attention and emotions around social issues.
He has worked on numerous video and photo assignments for The New York Times and The Boston Globe. He has also consulted and produced branded non-fiction content for organizations such as the Obama White House, UPS Foundation, ExxonMobil Foundation, C5 Youth Foundation and Boston Medical Center.
Internationally, the camera has taken him through bustling markets in Tanzania, villages in Indonesia, carrapides in Senegal and street protests in France.
He's classically trained as a photojournalist from Ohio University’s schools of Journalism and Visual Communication where he earned his degree. He also studied at the Sorbonne in Paris and speaks French. He is now based out of Washington, D.C.
Outside of the media profession, he has a deep passion for youth development and backcountry hiking.