I'm Kyle Lavore and I'm a film director and writer. I also take an obscene amount of photos, travel to obscure lands, and eat about triple the national annual human consumption average of pizza, according to my doctor. A private institution gave me a degree in film and in return, I provided them with a lifetime of student debt. I then began my film career by getting Christopher Walken his tea and lighting Dakota Johnson’s cigarettes.
From there, I made several successful films including award winners, “Up A Hill”, “Muertie & Her Pets”, “That Smell”, and “The Family Robinson”. From this work, I received honors such as a $30,000 Film Production Grant from The Jerome Foundation, SHOOT Magazine’s New Director, Project Greenlight’s Top 200, Producer’s Guild of America’s Make Your Mark Top 3 Winner, along with WeScreenplay and ScreenCraft Finalists, to name a few.
Clients include: Samsung, Diageo, Moet Hennesy, AMC, Banana Boat, Weber Grills