K Y L E  D U B I E L
is a New York City-based filmmaker.
I was 10 years old when I decided I wanted to be a filmmaker and started creating short videos with my friends. After they grew out of it, my passion for storytelling only increased and I continued writing, directing, producing, and editing short films, skits, and other short-form content. 

A young dreamer attempting to achieve YouTube fame. Photos range from 2009-2012.

To further my experience and completely dive into the world of entertainment, I studied Film & TV Production at NYU: Tisch School of the Arts with a focus in writing and directing. My debut short film ROMANCE FROM A DISTANCE premiered at the Golden Door International Film Festival in September 2018 and is now available online after an award-winning film festival run. My follow-up short film, KISS ME, recently completed post-production and is currently available online on my website.

Poster for my debut short film, "ROMANCE FROM A DISTANCE."

Poster for my follow-up short film, "KISS ME."

While at NYU, I worked extensively as a wedding videographer for a photographer, which lead me to fall in love with it and start my own business. Additionally, I worked as a photo intern and set photographer for SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE. I even appeared in one of SNL Photography Legend Mary Ellen Matthew's famous bumper photos, next to Seth Meyers. I continued my work at SNL as a post-production assistant and BTS videographer for the Emmy Award-winning webseries, "Creating SNL." Currently and for the foreseeable future, I'm back on the SNL photo team as a photo assistant and BTS/Set Photographer.

Check out the Statue of Liberty!

All these experiences and more have shaped me into the artist I am today. My style of videography is very similar to a cinematic documentary--I want to capture those small, candid, perfect moments that otherwise may go unnoticed or forgotten. I love scripted films, but there truly is nothing like re-living an authentic, special moment that you didn't even remember happened.