Allan Title is a Producer, Editor and Director of documentary, reality television and digital media.
After earning an engineering degree at Tufts University Allan embarked a 7-year career in music recording and production working with rap artists Third Bass, Run DMC, KMD, Leaders of the New School; rockers Mark Hudson, Pat Dinizio, Cy Curnin; and dance/R&B artists Ce Ce Penniston, and Angie Stone, and more.
Then Allan moved into film and video editing working on promos, doc-features, and television content for HBO, PBS, A&E, Discovery/TLC, FOX, TruTV, Bravo and NBC among others including the award winning feature Nuyorican Dream, executive produced by John Leguizamo and Jellybean Benitez, which was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2000, the PBS feature America Rebuilds: A Year at Ground Zero, which chronicled the year long cleanup and rebuilding efforts at the World Trade Center site after 911, and the HBO Children’s documentary series The Music in Me, which won the coveted Peabody Award in 2006.
By 2005, Allan was producing as well and was named Senior Producer for A&E’s hit series Dog the Bounty Hunter. He worked closely with teams in the field as well as post for over 60 episodes. He soon became a Field Series Producer in 2006 & 2007.
He soon moved on to act as EP or Show Runner for many productions including 2 Months, 2 Million for the Comcast channel G4, Snow Men, Arctic Roughnecks and American Treasuresfor TLC/Discovery, and NY Ink for TLC.
In 2012, he moved on to a three year stint at Leftfield Pictures shepherding History Channel’s core-brand series American Restoration as EP through 78 episodes from Season 3 through Season 5 and guiding The Weather Channel's 8 episode series Brainstormers through its first season. Then in n 2015, he joined the team at Vice Media to help launch the television version of their Motherboard vertical.
2016-2018 saw Allan move onto the role of VP of Current Programming at NorthSouth Productions, overseeing multiple shows in various genres.
Allan currently resides in New York City’s Lower East Side with his son Benjamin.