Title: Freelance Producer
Company: Bicycle Productions
Location: North Oxford, Massachusetts, United States
Douglas Maxwell Myer, freelance producer at Bicycle Productions, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the film industry.
Bolstered by nearly two decades of experience, Mr. Myer is a proven expert in the film industry. Since 2004, he has operated as a freelance filmmaker and producer. He originally began his career by creating short films during his sophomore year of high school in his hometown of Westford, Massachusetts. Since then, Mr. Myer has had the pleasure of working with many notable companies and franchises, including Marvel Studios, Amazon Studios, Sony, 20th Century Fox and Paramount.
Over the course of his career, Mr. Myer has also worked as a production assistant for History Channel, Sundance Channel and Bicycle Productions. He played a key role as a production assistant for the Frontline documentary “Kind Hearted Woman,” which aired on PBS in 2013. Mr. Myer has also excelled on the marketing side of the film industry, having provided his talents in marketing efforts for films such as “Doctor Strange,” “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” “Zootopia,” “Darkest Hour,” and “Green Book.”
In his own creative endeavors, Mr. Myer has directed and written several short films and documentaries, including “Keys to the Soul” in 2021 and “Shades of Autumn” in 2020. He also served as a co-producer for the 2021 feature documentary “Son of Cornwall,” which won awards for Best Picture and Best Documentary at the New Delhi Film Festival. The film is currently available to view on Prime Video. As part of his vocational journey, Mr. Myer pursued a formal education at the Film Connection Film Institute in New York City, where he completed coursework pertinent to his work in the field.
In light of his fulfilling career, Mr. Myer has largely attributed his success to his drive and tenacity to seize every opportunity he has to excel in his profession. His aunt also served as a constant source of inspiration, as she had a lengthy career as a painter and graphic designer. Accounting for his accomplishments, he is most notably proud of his work on “Son of Cornwall,” where he was allowed greater involvement in the creative process. Looking to the future, Mr. Myer hopes to become more involved in larger projects, begin filming his own feature-length films and mentor young filmmakers.
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