Avid reader Doru Bittermann wrote poetry, short stories, screenplays and made short films as a young student. As a comedic actor, he performed in school plays. Doru worked as a copywriter in the art department of the advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather. He was hired to write and do photography for the City Life magazine. He went on to draw editorial cartoons for a variety of magazines. He moved to New York City where he attended film school. Between writing assignments, he wrote the inventive screenplay Pin-Quest, which created film industry interest and the attention of different producers. Doru works at home in Brooklyn, New York, where he lives with his wife Meda and children.