As an award-winning writer/producer/director, Roger Lyons is an experienced and multi-talented veteran of New England television. Following successful stints at WBZ/WSBK, WCVB, WGBH, Metromedia, WVIT and WHDH, Roger now runs his own production company, Many Hats Productions. His company produces commercials and PSA’s, web videos, documentaries and other video projects for a variety of sponsors and companies. Recently, he served as the Coordinating Producer on the documentary “Digital Man, Digital Age”, a film about the life and work of Ken Olsen, founder of Digital Equipment Corporation.
Roger Lyons is National Trustee from the Boston/New England Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS). In 2011, he received the prestigious Governors Award for the Boston/New England Chapter. He has also received numerous industry awards from organizations such as PBS, ProMaxBDA, Imagine Magazine and others.
In addition to his production work, he also serves as adjunct professor in the Communications Departments at Curry College. He has also written 4 feature screenplays and freelanced as a talent instructor at Boston Casting.
Currently, Roger is at work on Etched in Glass: The Legacy of Steve Ross — the real-life account of how one remarkable Polish man was able to rise up from 5 horrific years in 10 concentration camps as a child and spent the rest of his life in the service of his adopted country, America.