Matt Nye began his career in 2004 at the age of 17 as a director in his junior year of high school, adapting and directing "Caligula C.E.O." for theater audiences of Harrisburg. The production ran for three performances and an encore, making the front page of the 150th anniversary commemorative edition of The Patriot News.
At 20, he wrote, directed, and produced a no budget indie feature. The film "Two for Three" cost an estimated 500 dollars with a rigorous shooting schedule from August through November of 2007. Balanced amid a fall and spring semester's worth of classes, Nye premiered the film in March of 2008. Later that July, the film qualified in an online competition and screened at Tribeca Cinemas. Soon after, it received distribution through Amazon.com.
His short film credits include "Server," "Post-Grad Lamentate," and "Skin & Bones."
"Venor," his first feature-length horror script, is in-development. "S.O.B.," a feature-length extension of the short "Skin & Bones," is also seeking equity investment.
Nye resides in Washington, DC where he is working as a Video Producer, Technical Director, and Video Editor for the US Department of State.
Two for Three, Post-Grad Lamentate, Server, Skin & Bones