Kenneth Doyle attended the internationally renowned animation program at Ballyfermot College (BFSC) in Dublin, Ireland. The program was founded by animation legend, Don Bluth, former Disney artist and founder of the Dublin-based Sullivan Bluth studio. Now renamed the Irish School of Animation, this program has produced Oscar-winning artists and respected industry professionals working around the world.
Ken entered the professional world of animation as an animator and digital artist with the acclaimed video-games studio Andrew Spencer's. This studio became a launching pad for a distinguished and well rounded career in the commercial fields of video games, television production and film. Ken's film credits include C.S. Lewis' Prince Caspian and Hell-Boy 2, directed by Guillermo Del Toro. Video game titles include the film franchise, Reign of Fire for Disney and Transformers - Fall of Cybertron for Blizzard Studios. Ken has worked at all levels of production including lead and supervisor roles on numerous projects and his work has taken him to several international destinations such as London, Scotland, Montreal, Ireland and the United States. Professor Doyle has worked at some of the world's most prestigious studios for animation production including Frame-store, Double Negative, MPC and Lion-Head studios.
Apart from animation, Ken's creative interests lie in the areas of 2D digital concept art and traditional portrait drawing.