Stephen is a filmmaker specializing in nonfiction, commercial, and documentary storytelling. With a self taught background in photography and formal film education from Chapman University, he has brought his experience to a wide range of clients including; Participant Media, USA Today, Evite, Chef’s Insight, and the LA Museum of the Holocaust. A highly collaborative professional he brings both technical and interpersonal expertise to every project.
Available for Director, DP, and Editor hire.
Email: stephen@sdvisuals.com

CLIENT TESTIMONIALS
"We hired Stephen Doyle to help assemble footage for and edit a sizzle reel for a documentary adventure series we were developing.  Stephen worked largely unsupervised, yet was very responsive to notes and consistently turned in great revised cuts. The finished sizzle reel that Stephen edited received 100% positive responses, no kidding, and led to a development deal with a major network."
Cort Casady, TriMedia Productions
"Stephen is the exact filmmaker you want on your project. Not only is he well versed with lighting and sound recording, but he’s got an excellent eye for aesthetic and visual storytelling. But beyond his talent, he brings the utmost professionalism to each project. He’s efficient, communicative, and most of all…reliable. Trust me when I say this—you will not have to worry about your project being in good hands."
Laurence Jacobs, Concord Music Group
"I don't know where I'd be without the help of Stephen Doyle. He is professional, friendly, and always gets the job done... extremely well! He is reliable, trustworthy, and a pleasure to work with. I look forward to many, many more projects with Stephen!"
Max Landwirth, Landwirth Legacy Productions
"Stephen has a great eye, and an extremely intuitive approach to shooting. He captured many organically evolving shots with creative and well framed aplomb. He is extremely professional and does great work.  He is on time and knows what he is doing.  We have worked with him several times and look forward to the next opportunity."
Luke & Holly Rothschild, Stringtheory Music