Byll's interest in the visual arts dates back to his
freshman year in high school when he produced and
directed innovative 8mm films, which he continued
through high school and college.
His involvement with videography began in 1977 when he
submitted the first-ever video internship verification
to Antioch-New England University for his Master's
Degree in Human Services Administration. He holds
another Master's in Clinical Psychology as well.
While serving as Executive Director of Strafford Hospice
Care in the 1980s, Byll used video to record volunteer
training programs and seminars. In addition, he
was the first in the nation to offer video services to
hospice patients and their families as part of a
holistic treatment program.
Byll began freelancing in 1984 and in 1988 became a
full-time professional videographer. Over the
years Byll has videoed hundreds of events, plays,
recitals, competitions and other functions, while
developing a wide customer base including many of the
leading businesses and industries in the Seacoast. He
has created promotional videos, instructional videos,
sales videos, video resumes, TV commercials, college
recruitment videos and more. After 25 years in the Seacoast, Byll and his wife decided to build an earth-sheltered home in S. Acworth, NH, which they completed in 2010. While he has relocated from the Seacoast to the Sullivan County/Monadnock region, Byll continues to serve the Seacoast through his collaboration with Executive Producer, Randy Buccini.