Kyle Bahl is a Hudson Valley-born storyteller.
He’s a graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas who’s been working professionally in the film industry for over a decade. Kyle’s work includes a wide range of media platforms including short films, documentaries, music videos, virtual reality, theatre, and feature-length films.
Kyle has written and directed several short films. In 2016, he was selected for Studio4's Masterclass with James Franco, where he co-directed a feature-length horror film, Sleepaway Slasher. In 2015, he wrote a ten-minute comedic play that was performed at the Kimball Studio and The Annoyance Theatre in New York City. He directed a virtual reality/360° film about society's reaction to assault victims entitled, The Concept of the Witch. His digital art installation, Still Life, was presented at the Beacon Open Studios in May 2016. In 2020, he completed writing his first full-length play, SUPRNOVA, and is currently writing a feature-length film.
As an actor, he’s performed on stage as well as in several award-winning short films. In 2018, he graduated from the William Esper Studio Two Year Meisner Training Program. Kyle also has vast experience in improvisational theater, training and performing in New York City at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, The Magnet Theatre, and The Annoyance as well as in Las Vegas with Jest Serendipity, Las Vegas' Longest Running Improvised Comedy Show.
As a producer, his clients have included Google, Reebok, United Way, among others. Kyle was the Head of Production for Forge Media, The Art Effect’s Youth Apprenticeship Production House. He oversaw all facets of production, including project oversight from concept to delivery and expanding new media curriculum. A passionate youth advocate, he is responsible for helping young adults build their portfolios, further develop the quality of projects and expand their professional relationships.
He's currently working as a Producer for Meredith Corporation and drifting through the NY tri-state area with his dog, Nolan, while he obsesses over what his Letterboxd says about him as a person.