While now an entertainment lawyer, Byron began his professional career managing a TV and new media production company that produced comedy programming for CBC, MuchMusic, G4TV, and created some of the earliest online prank comedy programming. During Law School, he co-founded the Charter Project, a national education initiative about the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Byron produced public service announcements about the Charter featuring Canadian celebrities. Millions of Canadians watched them on TV and in movie theaters.
At Edwards PC, Creative Law, Byron provides legal services to Game, TV, Film, Music, Publishing, Animation, Digital Media, and Software industry clients. He is also a board member of SAW Video and Artists’ Legal Services Ottawa.