Kyle studied Documentary Film & Television Production at Newport Film School in Wales UK. His graduation film, the first film to ever tell the story of the Ballymurphy Massacre in Northern Ireland, won a Royal Television Society award for Best Student Documentary in 2012.
Since then Kyle has worked with globally acclaimed documentary filmmaker Nick Broomfield on several projects, the first being ‘TALES OF THE GRIM SLEEPER’ a film on a Los Angeles serial-killer that was shortlisted for Best Documentary Feature at the Academy Awards 2015.
Other feature films Kyle has worked on include ‘WHITNEY: CAN I BE ME’ a critically acclaimed documentary for BBC and SHOWTIME on Whitney Houston and most recently Kyle produced the film MARIANNE & LEONARD: WORDS OF LOVE, a love story about Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian muse - it was an Official Selection at Sundance Film Festival 2019.
Kyle has also produced 18 x 1 hour episodes of specialist factual content for DISCOVERY CHANNEL with TwoFour Broadcast. These were shows for ‘IMPOSSIBLE ENGINEERING’ and ‘IMPOSSIBLE RAILWAYS’. Both series shot all over the world in Antarctica, Asia, America, Australia, Europe and The International Space Station. The shows broadcast globally in over 150 territories.