Steve has worked 15 years as a non-fiction filmmaker, filming in 30+ countries, primarily producing branded content for international organizations that do good. Steve’s feature documentary “Jobs for G.I.s”  documents the struggles vets face when they separate from the military to launch new careers in the civilian world, and was acquired by DirecTV’s The Audience Channel. “Shattered Sky”  tells the story of how America led the world to solve the biggest environmental crisis ever seen (the ozone crisis), contrasting with climate change. It played on PBS, sponsored by Maryland Public Television. Steve’s first film, “Volcanic Sprint,”  is the harrowing story of Africa’s most extreme running race, up and down a live volcano in Cameroon. When Covid decimated the documentary business, Steve became increasingly interested in web3, and the result was co-founding Perpetuo Films. Steve holds an MA in Economics and African Studies from Johns Hopkins SAIS, and lived in Cameroon as a young man.