Why We Ride
| Bryan H. Carroll|
13 February 1967Bountiful, Utah
New Media Film Festival award for Best Documentary
2014 Why We Ride
Los Angeles New Media Film Festival award for Best Documentary 2014 Why We Ride
Los Angeles, California, United States, California, United States, Bountiful, Utah, United States, Utah, United States
Simon Wincer, Jeffrey Boam, Alan Ladd - Jr, Robert Evans, David Newman
Bryan H. Carroll Wikipedia
Bryan H. Carroll (born February 13, 1967) is an American director, producer, screenwriter and editor. He is best known for his award winning documentary Why We Ride, his distinctions from the American Motorcyclist Association and contributions to Titanic, Public Enemies, Die Hard (1988 film), Predator, Collateral, Miami Vice, Ali (the movie), Skid Row, The Phantom (1996 film).
Bryan Carroll was born on February 13, 1967 in Bountiful, Utah where he attended the University of California, Los Angeles Writers Program. His career began early in 1986, when at 19, he began working at CRC, a visual effects company in Hollywood that serviced studios and major production companies. In this company, he interacted extensively with editors and eventually worked his way into the cutting room.
Over the years, Bryan Carroll's knowledge and expertise led him into the roles of director, producer, writer and editor. During his long and prolific career he has collaborated with directors and producers like James Cameron, Michael Mann, Jerry Bruckheimer, Joel Silver. Bryan is also known for creating the Editexpress - the first mobile film editing trailers for location use on feature films.
He has directed or second unit directed several notable movies like Why We Ride, Public Enemies, To Ride A Legend, Collateral, Robbery Homicide Division (Season 1).
He has been a producer, associate producer, co-producer, post production producer, executive producer or executive soundtrack producer of a number of movies like Why We Ride, Public Enemies, Living In The Age Of Airplanes, To Ride A Legend, Skid Row, Miami Vice, Redline, Collateral and the Robbery Homicide Division TV-show.
His writing debut was the documentary film on the life of motorcyclists titled “Why We Ride”. This film has received recognition from critics, viewers and has won several awards.
Among other his achievements is a long list of editing contributions. He has contributed to the creation of movies and shows like Titanic, Major League III, The Phantom (1996 film), Free Willy, Accident (1993 TV-series), Tales From The Crypt TV-series and Last Chance.
Bryan Carroll's contributions have been well recognized in the movie industry and entertainment circles. In particular, he is credited in inventing with Michael Mann, a lot of the workflow for digital photography in motion picture production. He has received the following awards and distinctions during his career:Best Documentary 2014 - New Media Film Festival
Best Documentary 2014, Best Editing 2014, Best Cinematography 2014 - AutoMoto Film Festival
Family Choice 2014 - Family Choice Awards
Best Documentary 2014 - Los Angeles New Media Film Festival
Best Documentary 2013 - Motorcycle Film Festival
Hazel Kolb Brighter Image Award 2014, Motorcyclist of the Year 2014 - American Motorcyclist Association
2014 AMA Motorcyclist of the year award from the American Motorcyclist Association
Best Documentary 2014 - Portland Motorcycle Film Festival