After realizing that no one really liked to read the poems he wrote for his ex-girlfriends and one of his parents wanted him to move out, Dillon left for Hollywood with a typewriter he doesn’t write on anymore and a cactus he’d always kept. Trying to find his voice doing ‘industry jobs’ like looking for TV Actresses’ lost sunglasses by the pool at the Beverly Hilton, buying skinny cigars for rappers with gold teeth, and on one occasion failing to find David Lynch on Mulholland Dr. for Russell Brand. While things were really ‘working out’, Dillon also wrote a few ‘weird’ scripts and then people said they were going to pay him to do that instead. A little bit before that, Dillon took a job working with a prominent director, traveling the world, making commercials and taking photos of stuff. Which is where he thinks he might have learned how it all comes together – life and commercials. Now, Dillon lives by himself in LA and sometimes directs things as well. He actually likes writing treatments, and has done so for the likes of Google, Beats, Comcast, Gatorade, HP, Infiniti, Lexus, Nike, Samsung, Verizon, Taco Bell, Wall Mart and more. He also currently has a few TV and Film scripts in development and claims to have written a novel. His muses are Nick Cave, Paolo Sorrentino and anyone with a lot of Instagram followers.