A bit of History
Dylan Doyle, a French citizen born in Ibiza, became interested in technology at a young age after being exposed to automated machines and early computers. He pursued a major in Robot Engineering and Computer Programming.
Dylan met photographer Alain Duplantier while applying to film school, and worked as his assistant, learning photography theory and techniques. He transitioned from still shots to making music videos and eventually found his passion in cinematography. In 1992, he made a movie called ELVIS in Bosnia during the war. Over the past decade, he has worked with many production houses and companies, including Wanda, Partizan, and Radical Media, and has shot music videos for a range of artists, including Christine & the Queens, Gojira, and Tricky.
Dylan's curiosity led him to explore both photography and cinematography, and he became an early adopter of digital cinematography, allowing him to experiment with new tools and techniques. He has worked on award-winning shorts like "Under My Bed" and "Shadow," and has moved on to full-length features like "Touch of Light" and "Ne Zha."Contact Me