Doyle graduated from the University of Westminster in 2004, specialising in directing. He has since directed commercial work for brands such as British Airways, HSBC and Proctor & Gamble, shooting in Europe, the Middle East, the USA and South America, producing award winning communications, for a wide ranging audience.

In 2009 he wrote, produced and directed a short film titled The ‘Immigrant’. The film was screened at festivals in the UK, including a Q&A as part of the ‘Refuge in Film’ series at the BFI Southbank. His next short film, ‘R’, was produced in collaboration with Film London, following the scripts selection for funding through the Borough Film Fund and has screened at a number of festivals in the UK. Doyle is now developing his first feature film.

Doyle is also passionate about education and has worked as a visiting lecturer at the University of Westminster since 2007. During this time the students have won multiple awards, including the Kodak Commercial award on three occasions and first prize for Foreign Film at the Student Oscars in 2012. He has also led Q&As with directors such as Ken Loach.

When not filming, Doyle can be found trying not to ship too many punches at his local boxing club.