Biro is a writer/director/producer at his NYC company, Hudson River Films. He’s produced and directed three feature documentaries: “Herbie Hancock: Possibilities”; Grammy-nominated “The Greatest Ears in Town: The Arif Mardin Story” and “3 Doors Down: Away From The Sun.” He’s also produced seven UNESCO-sponsored “International Jazz Day” concert films— at the UN General Assembly in New York City, Istanbul, Osaka, Paris, Havana, St. Petersburg, Russia, Melbourne, Australia and is prepping the upcoming 2020 concert in Cape Town, South Africa.

In June 2019 he produced the “JOHN FOGERTY 50 Year Trip” concert film at Red Rocks, Colorado for a PBS Pledge and the theatrical Fathom Event. A year before that he produced “GOTTI: Godfather and Son”—a four-hour docu-series for A&E. He’s also executive producer of “Getting Naked”—James Lester’s award-winning feature doc about the burlesque scene in New York City.

From 2014 to 2018, Biro served as both field and supervising producer of “The Perfect Murder”—the true-crime hit series on Investigation Discovery (ID) network. In 2016 he executive produced the feature film “Ace the Case” starring Oscar-winner Susan Sarandon and young Broadway star, Ripley Sobo.

In the 90’s Biro was creative director at McCann-Erickson New York and Tokyo where he wrote and produced award-winning tv spots for Coca-Cola and Levi’s directed by David Fincher, David Lynch and J.J. Abrams. Following Tokyo, Biro was creative director at RCA Records/BMG Entertainment where he produced videos, package design and advertising for Christina Aguilera, Dave Matthews Band, Foo Fighters, Kings of Leon, The Strokes and many others.

Post RCA, Biro formed Hudson River Films where he and his team create and produce content for clients that include American Express, The New York Philharmonic, New York Public Radio/WQXR, Thompson Hotels, Starwood Hotels, Morgans Hotel Group, Verizon, The Limited, Humana, Random House, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Sony Music Group, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, A&E Network, Vh1, HSN Network and Magnolia Pictures. Biro has produced and directed documentaries, promo and/or concert films for Norah Jones, Robert Plant, Christina Aguilera, Rufus Wainwright, Kate Hudson, Jerry Lee Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Melody Gardot, Emmy Rossum, Dickey Betts, Herbie Hancock, Maxwell, Jason Mraz, Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga, John Fogerty and others.

Biro lives in Long Island City with his son, Julian.


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