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Michael Doyle

Michael Doyle

Fluxgate Productions
Cinematographer and Gaffer/lighting Technician

New York City, New York

Member Since:
November 2015
Last online:
> 2 weeks ago
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About Michael - reel - company

Based out of Brooklyn Ny but ready to travel, Mike Doyle works in both camera and lighting departments. After 2 years as Music Choice's in house director of photography Mike is ready to bring his experiences shooting talk shows, travel/lifestyle pieces, and commercials to your production.

Last year Mike also completed his second feature film as dp, which played at Berlinale Film Festival and was picked up for distribution by Troma Films.



  • Just Drive: New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commision Commercial

    Just Drive: New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commision Commercial (2015)
    Film (short) by Ruben Rodriguez Camera and Electrical Department

  • The Slashening

    The Slashening (2015)
    Film by Brandon Bassham (Horror) Cinematographer Best friends Lucy, Eva, Ashley, Beth and Margot have a sleepover like any other - until murder joins the party. A tale of friendship, betrayal, madness, and the search for some decent dick.

  • Daddy's Girl

    Daddy's Girl (2014)
    Film (short) by Kristen Hester (Drama and Family) Camera and Electrical Department A young girl is exposed to her father's drug addiction while on their drive around town.

  • Ying and Yang

    Ying and Yang (2013)
    Film (short) by Kevin Darnell Walker (Drama and Romance) Cinematographer Masculinity. Femininity. Pansexuality. The inner thoughts of a young man named Devin as he tries to get a grip on his identity, his sexuality, and his relationships. This piece is entirely spoken word. No dialogue. Just poetry. Sexuality comes; sometimes as an intense and life changing discovery. But what happens when you might be confused about your sexuality? When you realize you are attracted to men and women? When you realize one captivates you more than the other? Should you choose? What makes you happy? Him? Her? Or you? Written by Anonymous

  • No Strings

    No Strings (2012)
    Film (short) by Fernando Toscano (Action, Fantasy and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Pinocchio, deeply dissatisfied with his new world, continues on in his quest to find the blue fairy - and with it, his absolution.

  • Tiramisu

    Tiramisu (2012)
    Film (short) by Lawrence Michael Parker (Action, Comedy and Crime) Camera and Electrical Department Jonhas and Derek are called into a secluded club in New York City. There awaits crime boss Gino Duesanti who sends them out on an assignment with a mysterious mistress to reclaim the stolen money from The Bird. Everything goes smoothly, until suddenly everybody's life is at stake.... Written by Native South Productions

  • The Death of April

    The Death of April (2012)
    Film by Ruben Rodriguez (Horror and Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department Meagan Mullen, freshly moved in her new home, keeps in touch with her friends and family through a video blog. As her entries (and her life) become more complex and emotional, strange things begin to happen in her room: and the camera captures all of it. Told primarily from the point of view of an ordinary wireless webcam, The Death of April documents the unsettling activity in an otherwise average girl's bedroom - and the mysteries that surround it. Written by Brit Godish

  • Martin Bowsfield

    Martin Bowsfield (2012)
    Film (short) by Jon YonKondy (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department When a man who hunts illegal immigrants decides to take a lovely, young border-crosser into his home and rear her back to health, he must decide whether to trust his heart or listen to his demons.

  • Keep It Kosher

    Keep It Kosher (2011)
    Film (short) by David Reuben (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department A comedic glance at confusion over tradition, dogma and bacon. Keeping it Kosher isn't as easy as it seems when a catering company might have made the biggest mistake of their professional lives in the midst of a community dinner. Zany, with well-cooked intentions, the Rabbi will have the last word. Written by Anonymous

  • Rachel & Diana

    Rachel & Diana (2011)
    Film by Dave Jannetta (Drama) Cinematographer Sometimes our future is waiting for us in the past.

  • Under

    Under (2010)
    Film (short) by Greg Harriott (Fantasy and Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department

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