Steve is an animator and director with over 20 years of experience creating engaging and impactful content for all ages across TV, web, and interactive platforms.
PBS KIDS and Beyond
Steve has been lucky to be part of the PBS KIDS extended family for years, crafting a feature-length film's worth of content for this beloved children’s brand. His work is showcased across their broadcast, web, and social media platforms, making a lasting impression on young audiences everywhere.
He’s helped bring to life a variety of beloved branded content, including PBSKIDS ROCKS!, Word of the Week, Animal Alphabet, Talk About, Get Moving, and credit bed animations for seven series. His contributions helped usher in the 2013 on-air rebrand and the exciting launch of the 24-hour PBS KIDS channel in 2018.
He’s created dynamic graphics and animations for countless spots and helmed the creation of series tool kits for popular shows like Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, Pinkalicious & Peterrific, Clifford the Big Red Dog, Alma's Way, Donkey Hodie, Elinor Wonders Why, Lyla in the Loop, Rosie’s Rules, and Work It Out Wombats.
Through Steve’s enduring partnership with PBS KIDS, he has not only entertained but also educated and inspired a generation of kids, solidifying his contribution to the world of children's media.
Diverse Project Portfolio
From networks and agencies to studios, businesses, museums, and the US government, Steve's diverse portfolio spans a wide variety of projects. He’s worked on promotional materials for brands like the Washington Post, DC Lotto, National Geographic, and Sesame. 
As the Director of Animation at Interface Media Group, he led the design and animation efforts for the reopening of the "Nation To Nation" exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian. He directed a national animated PSA for electric scooter safety and created award-winning messaging videos for the Credit Union National Association, Children's National Medical Center, and The US Department of State
A Passion for Storytelling 
Steve’s love for visual storytelling began in his childhood, fueled by Saturday morning cartoons, drawing comics, making stop-motion playdough videos, and watching movies with his father and grandfather. A DC area native, Steve graduated with a BFA in film from Syracuse University in 1999.
Career Credits Include:
PBS KIDS, Sesame, Nat Geo, The US Department of State, The National Museum of The American Indian, AMTRAK, AARP, The DC Lottery, The Washington Post, The American Red Cross, Nestle Europe, The World Bank, NBC Nightly News, Children’s National Medical Center, The National Credit Union Association, The National Association of Realtors, DIA, 
Additional Fun Facts !
-Girl Dad
-World's worst dog trainer
-DC and 'CUSE sports nut
-Sci-fi and comic geek
-1980’s TV savant
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