For the past 30 years, Michael Miclon, founder of Boo Dog Films, has explored nearly every form in
the creative process. Whether it be music, live theater, visual art, full-scale events, or film, Michael
has been driven to discover how art and the human element merge.
As an entertainer, Michael has built an international reputation that has brought him to some of the
finest theaters and special events across the United States and Europe, with such highlights as the
Kennedy Center and the White House in Washington D.C., The Keller Theater in Germany, The
Victoria Jungfrau Hotel in Switzerland and the Festa Americana in Italy.
Michael and his wife Kimberly opened the Oddfellow
Theater in 1998, an original comedy theater that has
received national attention from CBS Sunday Morning and
the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.
The Oddfellow Theater became a laboratory for creating
original works and helped launch the careers of
Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne and
EepyBird (the Coke & Mentos Guys).
As a film-maker, Michael has created videos and short films
in ten countries on four continents for corporate and
humanitarian groups over the last eleven years. Whether in
front or behind the camera Michael has spent those years
learning, creating and building relationships that have
resulted in a body of work that have helped entertain
millions, helped companies succeed, and helped
humanitarian groups save lives.