Worn worked with Bumble to tell the stories of four inspiring women who have made history. 

The Bumble story starts with one brave woman, Whitney Wolfe, who was sick of dating apps targeted to men. She knew there was another way and set out to prove that women would make the first move. 250 million first moves later, Bumble is celebrating International Women's Day and the women in the world who have made the first move, and made history

Worn worked with Bumble to tell the stories of Aly Raisman, the first American to win Olympic Gold on floor, Barbara Corcoran, the first woman to start a realty firm in New York City (and sell it for $66M), Sophia Danenberg, the first African American woman to climb Mt. Everest, and Kelsea Ballerini, the first female country artist to have three consecutive #1s. 

Worn cast the campaign, directed the women on set, crafted the strategy around each woman’s interview and worked with All Good Things in the editing room to perfect the final videos. 

Casting: Worn
Directing: Tucker Bliss
Co-Directing: Worn
Producer: William Crouse
Director of Photography: Mikey Van Beuren

Production Team: Jayne Roberts, Robbie Cline, Jack Foster, Ian Mayer, Worn