Dillon Porter (Dion, Producer) holds a degree from Northwestern University where he studied theater. He met Andrew Perez his sophomore year and the two have collaborated on several projects since.
An Oregonian by birth, Dillon spent his early childhood in the sand and surf of Baja California, México. Upon completion of high school back in Oregon, Dillon received an ambassadorial scholarship to study in Bahia, Brazil with the Rotary Program.
Post graduation from Northwestern, Dillon worked in Chicago with Mary Zimmerman in Pericles, alongside Tracy Letts at Steppenwolf Theater and with David Schwimmer’s company Lookingglass Theatre.
Upon being cast in Joe Mantello’s The Ritz on Broadway, Dillon promptly moved to New York City. Years in New York led Dillon to directing and producing, most notably his adaptation of Dubstep Hamlet at Webster Hall.
Currently in Los Angeles, Dillon is now engaged in filmmaking. Credits include Milwaukee, Blue Highway, Rubber Soul, Play Through & Barrie Linden.
He is also a proud uncle and a video game character in Max Payne III.