Dougal Caron is a production executive with over 35 years of professional experience in the live event and film production industries. Dougal began her career in 1977 with production roles in both film and live entertainment performances worldwide. She worked on tours and international benefit concerts with acclaimed artists and bands such as Pat Benatar, Journey, Billy Joel and Billy Squire. By 1987 Dougal was exclusively focusing her managerial career in film and worked on Hollywood feature films such as: Agnes of God and Oh heavenly Dog and prize-winning documentaries such as The Cola Conquest.

Over the last two decades Dougal has been engaged exclusively on film projects and worked as an executive in charge of production, specializing in finance and taxation on large format IMAX documentaries. In 1991 Dougal joined the Stephen Low Company team and her administrative leadership has helped set the standard in cutting-edge, large format films. Caron has worked on many of director Stephen Low’s award-winning projects including most recently: Train Time (2020); Secrets of the Universe (2019); Aircraft Carrier (2018) and; The Trolley (2018). Previous productions  include: Flight of the Aquanaut (1992), the first IMAX feature length: Titanica (1993), Super Speedway (1997), Mark Twain’s America 3D (1998), Volcanoes of the Deep Sea (2003), Fighter Pilot (2005), The Ultimate Wave Tahiti 3D (2010), Legends of Flight 3D (2010), Rescue 3D (2011) and Rocky Mountain Express (2011).