Joshua Michael Stern — American Director born on January 12, 1961,

Joshua Michael Stern is an American film director and screenwriter. He has directed three feature films: Neverwas, Swing Vote and the 2013 biographical film Jobs, based on the life of Steve Jobs... (wikipedia)

I think that we see Steve Jobs as the genius speaker in the mock black turtleneck with the round glasses, sort of beautifully delivering his new product, and I think that for people to understand that he started in a garage.
Doing a movie about Steve Jobs is just generally a provocative thing to do, whoever does it, and it begs a lot of questioning and skepticism only in that, what is this going to be? What am I going to be looking at? And curiosity as well. I think that's all positive in any film, because you want people to be curious about it.
Of course, I saw 'The Social Network,' which is a beautiful film.
Steve Jobs just made a product. He started off where a lot of people were skeptical of what he was doing, and he basically just focused on the product and making it the best he could, and really focused on what it was that these products would take into your lives.
There's a few in our history, where the person who creates it becomes almost the product itself. Jobs is one of those.