Doyle is the owner and creator of Video Vision 360, a video production company specializing in high octane, "in-the-action", international story telling. If you’re looking for Doyle, there’s a good chance he may be jumping out of a plane, filming earthquakes or even sleeping in an underwater hotel.
"It just so happened that my friends were all big sports, music and adventure people…so I just kind of gravitated towards those spaces," Doyle said. "Now I do a ton of it, and when I’m not off in Africa or standing on stage with Lil Wayne, I’m doing corporate and non-profit videos."
On top of shooting sports and action videos, Doyle also uses his video skills in Impact Project, where he and his friend Mallory travel to remote locations around the world to help a stranger in need. The two only have a 24-hour window to raise funds on Crowdrise.com all while shooting the entire fundraiser experience in real time.
"We pitched Crowdrise to send us around the world…we go to these strange lands, meet a stranger and find a random need and have 24 hours to raise as much money as we can," said Doyle, who travels to a new remote location every month. "I do a before video…take 24 hours and raise usually between 10 and 30 grand, and the next day we implement the money and shoot a results video."
One of Doyle’s recent projects was shooting a promo video for our company to capture the 'work hard, play hard' environment we’ve created at Spud Software.
"Loved [the environment]. It’s super cool and super relaxed with pool tables, a beer keg and music blasting in the bathrooms," Doyle said of Spud. "The culture is very unique and those are the types of clients I like to work with."
If you’d like to learn more about Video Vision 360, please visit their website and their Facebook Fan page.
Click here to view Video Vision 360's promo video of SpudSoftware.