Bayard Outerbridge

Bayard Outerbridge

Principal at Newbold Harbor Entertainment

Los Angeles, California

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About Bayard

Producer Bayard Outerbridge grew up on the twenty-three square mile island of Bermuda, but managed a heroic escape to pursue a producing career in LA, where he is now based. He is drawn to stories told from unique perspectives in all genres.

Bayard's film producing credits include multiple award winning films MACHSOM (AFI Fest, Tampere Film Festival), WILD HORSES (AFI Fest, Palm Springs International Film Festival), starring Brooke Shields and WORLD WAR Z's Mireille Enos and shot by academy award winning cinematographer Robert Richardson and ALEPPO, starring Laëtitia Eïdo of Netflix’s FAUDA. His TV credits include seasons 4 and 5 of Emmy award winning SEA RESCUE (ABC), for which he produced 66 episodes shot in every coastal U.S. state.

With experience in film finance, development and complex productions involving everything from stunts, helicopters and horses to foreign languages, children and multi-jurisdictional shoots, Bayard brings a range of honed skills to any project.


  • Sea Rescue

    Sea Rescue (2014 - 2021)
    Television by ABC (Family) Producer An educational documentary series that showcases stories of rescue, rehabilitation and return to the wild of marine animals by a team of dedicated vets and animal care experts.

  • The Most Dangerous Animal of All

    The Most Dangerous Animal of All (2020)
    TV Mini by FX (Crime) Location management Based on The New York Times best-selling book of the same name, The Most Dangerous Animal of All is a four-part documentary series on FX that explores one man's search for the father who abandoned him, only to uncover the worst: he believes his father is the Zodiac killer, one of the most infamous serial killers in American history.

  • Aleppo

    Aleppo (2019)
    Film by Newbold Harbor Entertainment / Dir: Anthony Grippa (Drama) Producer Hanan, a successful Syrian-American doctor, returns to Syria to help victims of war. When the hospital where she works is bombed, she suffers a traumatic brain injury that leaves her face blind. Unable to recognize the faces of even those closest to her, Hanan's world has been turned upside down and her identity lost. Now home in New York, Hanan has difficulty coming to terms with how her life has changed following the attack. Haunted by her trauma and struggling to adjust to her condition, Hanan must confront her fear of navigating the world, putting her identity, and her future as a doctor, in doubt.

  • People Magazine Investigates

    People Magazine Investigates (2017 - 2018)
    Television by Discovery (Crime) Location management PEOPLE MAGAZINE INVESTIGATES uncovers the heart-wrenching true stories behind crimes that transcended headlines and became part of popular culture. Exclusive firsthand interviews reveal shocking twists, new evidence, and unexpected resolutions.

  • Rapare

    Rapare (2014)
    Film (Short, Drama and Mystery) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director An atheist, whose daughter is dying of leukemia, is called upon to make a decision of faith and morality that holds the worlds fate in the balance.

  • Wild Horses

    Wild Horses (2013)
    Film (Short, Action, Drama and Western) Producer Wild Horses tells the story of Mills, an established LA photographer, who returns to her native Nevada following an urgent call from her grandmother informing her that a band of wild horses close to their hearts, faces government roundup. In this story, that spans just one day, cruelty, courage, love and memory collide as two generations of women bear witness to the brutality common to wild horse roundups in the American West. Mills is exposed to a complex issue and follows her heart, choosing to ignore the consequences. Written by Stephanie Martin

  • Machsom

    Machsom (2013)
    Film (Short, Drama and Family) Producer "Machsom", the Hebrew word for "Checkpoint", tells the story of Yaniv Greenblatt, a barely 19 Israeli soldier stationed at one of the most dangerous such checkpoints along the West Bank. He would like to be a pacifist and struggles to be fair to the Palestinians, but has to contend with the prying eyes of his superiors. The problems Yaniv faces at home are no easier. His mother is a wheelchair bound hard-right-winger due to the same terrorist attack that killed her husband. The story centers on Yaniv's relationship with his younger brother, Avi, who attends one of the few mixed Jewish-Arab schools in Israel, and builds towards an incident at the checkpoint that challenges all involved to reconsider their previous resolve. Written by Anonymous

  • Trusting Rain

    Trusting Rain (2012)
    Film (Documentary, Short, History and News) Producer Collecting rain-water is a way of life in Bermuda, with each household responsible for their water supply. Few travelers to the spectacular island are aware of this centuries old method of water conservation. There are no natural rivers or streams or freshwater ponds in Bermuda. For the inhabitants, capturing rainwater is second nature, born of necessity and ingenuity. Set against the natural beauty of the island, the film reveals the complex relationship between densely populated areas like Bermuda and natural resources. Centuries of self sufficiency unfold through personal stories from Bermudians. The film Trusting Rain portrays Bermuda's own conservation of water as a limited resource, a skill that could be cultivated by communities around the globe. Written by Anonymous

  • Fino all'ultimo minuto

    Fino all'ultimo minuto (2012)
    Film (Short, Drama and Romance) Production manager Fino all'Ultimo Minuto is a romantic-drama about a young and very much in love couple: Anna (Flavia Watson) and Luca (Matias Masucci). They had a long distance relationship for many years. Now she has a special opportunity to follow her dream and career abroad. This is the last weekend Anna and Luca will spend together with the hope that something may change their destiny. Will Anna follow her dream leaving the love of her life behind? Written by Anonymous

  • You Got This!

    You Got This! (2012)
    Film (Short, Drama, Family and Sport) Production manager LAUREN (Sarah Agor), a troubled teenage musician is caught stealing money by a high school security guard, FITZ (Xango Henry). Knowing that the usual discipline methods will not work on Lauren, Fitz takes her beloved guitar hostage; the ransom is that Lauren must train with his charity marathon team. Through this forced interaction with running - and a little Miss goody two shoes, Susie (Jani Wang) - Lauren discovers the power of friendship and achieves what she once thought impossible. Written by Anonymous

  • Ojalá

    Ojalá (2012)
    Film (Short, Drama, Family and Music) Casting department Ojalá is the story of a mother, Olga, and her daughter, Ana struggling to come to terms with each other. Spanning twenty years and two countries, Olga attempts to reconcile her dream of becoming a singer with the wants and needs of her young daughter. Ana struggles to find her passion while living in the shadow of her mother's unrealized dream. As both women toil to make their dreams come true, will they ever be able to see each other for who they really are? Written by Anonymous

  • Paying for It

    Paying for It (2012)
    Film (Short and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew While on a weekend getaway with her boyfriend, 18-year-old Deidre discovers a call girl passed out in their hotel hallway. She decides to help her. During their ensuing hours together, Deidre opens up to this woman in a way that she isn't capable of confiding in anyone else. What is it that these two women learn they have in common? Written by Anonymous

  • Chessgame

    Chessgame (2011)
    Film (Short, Action, Fantasy and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Chessgame takes an action-packed, kinetic approach to the game of chess. As each chess master moves the pieces, the Pawns, Rooks, and Queens, come to life, engaging in combat. Using a classic Queen Forward strategy the White King pushes aggressively across the board placing his young White Pawn as bait - will she outsmart the Royal line and be Queened or fail and be discarded from the board. Written by Anonymous

  • Dry Feet

    Dry Feet (2011)
    Film by AFI Conservatory Producer

  • Jeffrey Callahan's Last Stand

    Jeffrey Callahan's Last Stand (2011)
    Film by AFI Conservatory Producer

  • Untitled Huey P. Newton Story

    Untitled Huey P. Newton Story (2011)
    Film (Short and Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A young college student named Jon seizes his opportunity to interview the great Black Panther leader Huey P. Newton.

  • Ends Meet

    Ends Meet (2010)
    Film by AFI Conservatory Producer

  • Circus (Music Video)

    Circus (Music Video) (2010)
    Video by LongTale Productions Producer, Director

  • Face of the Rock

    Face of the Rock (2010)
    Film by LongTale Productions Producer, Director

  • So You Think You Can Dance Canada

    So You Think You Can Dance Canada (2009)
    Television (Music and Reality-TV) Camera and Electrical Department Add a Plot »

  • The Lion and the Mouse

    The Lion and the Mouse (2009)
    Film (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department The Lion and the Mouse looks back at the birth of America and the deciding conflicts and characters that have shaped the last four centuries as the intriguing relationship between Bermuda and America has evolved. Caught up in a succession of wars between the continents Bermuda found itself on both sides of the mid Atlantic gauntlet. Isolated by location, the island embodied the necessary reinvention and adaptability, to prosper in a changing Atlantic world, from saving the colonialists of Jamestown, robbing the British armory on the island and smuggling all of the gunpowder to George Washington's revolutionary army, to launching the fleet that burned Washington in the War of 1812, running the Union blockade in the Civil War, or on the other side, as soldiers fighting for "Glory." Right or wrong Bermuda has played an instrumental role in the history of the American States, continuing through two World Wars and the Cold War, where Bermuda evolved from a hotbed of counter espionage, into... Written by Lucinda Spurling

  • Death Defying Acts

    Death Defying Acts (2007)
    Film (Drama, History, Romance and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department During Harry Houdini's tour of Britain in 1926, the master escapologist enters into a passionate affair with a Scottish psychic. The psychic and her daughter attempt to con Houdini during a highly publicized séance to contact his mother whose death has haunted him for many years. However all does not go to plan... Written by Anonymous


  • "Aleppo" - WINNER - Fresco International Film Festival (Yerevan, Armenia)

  • "Aleppo" WINNER - Panavision Young Filmmakers Grant

  • "Aleppo" WINNER - Bermuda Arts Council Grant

  • "Sea Rescue" - WINNER - Daytime Emmy - Outstanding Children's Series

  • "Machsom" WINNER - Huayi Bros. Jury Prize - Beijing Film Academy Film Festival

  • "Machsom" WINNER - Special Jury Prize - Bermuda International Film Festival

  • "Machsom" WINNER - Jury Prize - Irvine International Film Festival

  • "Machsom" WINNER - Limelight Award - Ojai Film Festival

  • "Machsom" WINNER - Jury Prize - Boston Jewish Film Festival

  • "Machsom" WINNER - War on Screen Film Festival (France)

  • "Machsom" - WINNER - Gold Circle Award - Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors Foundation

  • "Machsom" WINNER - Deluxe Laboratories Grant - 35mm processing and post package to 35mm print

  • "Face of the Rock" - WINNER -Susan Schouten Documentary Film Award - Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema


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