Dorian worked as a director, producer, editor, and still photographer for production company Lunch & Recess since it’s inception in 2010, completing projects for clients such as Popular Science Magazine, Johnston & Murphy, WebMD, and Tito’s Handmade Vodka, to name just a few, before eventually parting ways to travel and pursue a freelance career. His films have been featured in multiple festivals including Indie Grits Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, and Atlanta film festival. Dorian recently made his feature film debut with “The Color of Fire”, a documentary about his father’s experience joining the Germany Army during WWII at the age of 15. The Color of Fire premiered at the 2016 Indie Grits Film Festival and was awarded the “People’s Grit” award.
In addition to commercial and documentary filmmaking, Dorian is passionate about street photography. He publishes his street and portrait photography in a ‘zine titled “Neighbors”, releasing quarterly issues which he places around town for people to enjoy. He has also shown his work in multiple gallery exhibits.