Born in Nashville, raised in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Kyle’s sponge-like need for knowledge led him to Savannah, Georgia where he completed his B.A. in History at Armstrong Atlantic State University and his M.A. in Cinema Studies at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Since discovering his love of cinematography, Kyle has brought his passion for sharing his vision to all the films he has worked on including Small Town, Big Heart (2014), a documentary on the MATE International ROV competition held in Alpena, MI, Big Brownie: The O'fish'al Story (2015), a film about the Michigan Brown Trout Festival, the longest running blue water festival in Michigan, and the amazing characters that make it all happen, A Few Things About Cancer (2014), the story of Caleb Mock, a young newlywed getting ready to start his life only to find out he has stage four Burkitt's Lymphoma and his journey of self discovery and healing.
Kyle's work is not limited to documentary. Kyle has worked on independent shorts like Childhood Mammaries (2014), the story of a blues musician and how he became blind, Law of Lunativity (2013), the story of a young girl fascinated with the stars and her journey from Earth to the heavens, and The Imbecile (2014), about a failed musician whose talent is overshadowed by his wife, after a head injury leads to a case of Acquired Savant Syndrome. Kyle recently completed SCUBA certification and looks forward to taking his talents underwater.
Kyle also specializes in event and architectural photography and his clients include, the Travel Channel, Better Homes and Gardens, Garden and Gun, the Color Run, and Rock 'n' Roll Marathon.
Kyle specializes in photography, cinematography and directing.