He is a voting member of Critics Choice Association, Hollywood Critics, the Television Academy, and the Society of Composers and Lyricists.
Working as a journalist and moderator, Byron hosts Emmy and Oscar panels for the major film studios and streamers, their nominees, and their guild partners.
Moderating highlights include Ingle Dodd's Behind the Slate Screening Series for Emmy and Oscar nominees, The ArcLight's Hitting the High Note Oscar series, The Hollywood Music and Media Academy Emmy FYC Series, and Emmy & Oscar panels for Society of Composers and Lyricists.
Recent feature panels include Focus Features' Promising Young Woman, Sony Picture Classics' Mothering Sunday, Amazon Studios' Annette with the Sparks Brothers, and William Shatner & Diane Warren on Four Good Days' original song, "Somehow You Do ."
On the TV side, Byron's panels range from FX's Fargo to Netflix's The Crown, The Queen's Gambit, & Bridgerton; HBO Max's The Flight Attendant, Hacks, Succession, Insecure, Lovecraft Country & The White Lotus; and the Apple TV + hit series Ted Lasso.
In February of 2020, Byron launched AwardsFocus.com with Oscar and BAFTA winning editor, director, composer John Ottman for premiere Oscar and Emmy talent coverage.
That same month, the Aiding Australia Initiative was created to assist in the restoration and rehabilitation of Australia's natural habitats and its wildlife. The bushfires of Australia killed an estimated 3 billion animals and decimated a landmass the size of Syria.
Sponsors for the initiative include Awards Focus, The TCL Chinese Theater, NEFT Vodka, Costa Communications, Fiore Media Group, and the Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum podcast.
Participating talent for Aiding Australia includes Michael Keaton, Jeremy Renner, Harrison Ford, Robert Downey Jr., Jim Carrey, Josh Brolin, Bryan Cranston, JK Simmons, Tobey Maguire, Alfred Molina, Danny Elfman, Kim Basinger, Hugh Jackman, Tim Allen, Patrick Stewart, Colin Hay, Drew Struzan, and Michael Rosenbaum.
As a talent manager, Byron's clients include Tony winning actor & Five-Time-Emmy-Nominee John Glover (Fear The Walking Dead, Smallville, Gremlins 2, Shazam!), BAFTA & Academy Award winning editor/composer John Ottman (Bohemian Rhapsody, The Usual Suspects, Valkyrie) , World Soundtrack Nominated Composer Lior Rosner (Will & Grace, Q FORCE, X-Men, AJ & The Queen) and the voice cast of Marvel's X-Men 97 on Disney+ in 2023.
"If you're an X-Men fan harboring any notions of seeing Dark Phoenix, Save your money and read Fear the Beast instead. You're welcome in advance."
In February of 2019, Byron moderated the ArcLight Cinemas' "Hitting the High Note" Oscar Nominated Composer Series with Marc Shaiman -- a dual Oscar Nominee for the Songs and Score of Mary Poppins Returns.
Byron has moderated over 75 panels for Oscar and Emmy nominated songwriters, composers, makeup artists, editors, actors, and directors. Outside of awards season, he's frequently asked to moderate at both San Diego Comic Con and Los Angeles Comic Con.
In his first massive piece for The Hollywood Reporter, Byron reunited the entire cast and crew of Batman Returns for an in depth conversation on the film's 25th Anniversary .
Michael Keaton, Michelle Pfeiffer, Danny DeVito, Christopher Walken, Tim Burton, Danny Elfman, and Daniel Waters discussed script changes, musical inspirations, the commercialization of the superhero genre, and their aggressive penguin costars. The article was the lead story on Yahoo's homepage for 36 hours and was featured on over two dozen sites.
Byron wrote "Rest Young Child" for Michael Fassbender's Magneto in 20th Century Fox's X-Men Apocalypse (2016).
The song was written and performed in Polish and is featured on the film's soundtrack. Fassbender performs the song in the first act of the film and again in this extended scene from the film.