Born near London, Steve became an oil painter, photographer and printer, graduating in Fine Art at Leeds University, England in 1980. He then joined British experimental theater company Impact Theatre Cooperative as an actor with whom he devised thirteen original shows touring throughout the UK and Europe. When Impact disbanded in 1986 Steve went on to write, direct and design a dozen new shows for his own theater company which performed in Britain, the United States, Italy, Hungary and Bosnia. Retrospectives of his work were staged at Glasgow's Centre for Contemporary Arts in 1992 and London's Institute of Contemporary Arts in 1993.Steve was admitted into the BBC Drama Director's Course in 1993. He went on to direct EastEnders, Casualty and The Bill before relocating to New York in 1999. After working primarily for Sidney Lumet and Dick Wolf, Steve began to work for HBO on The Wire in Baltimore and then The Sopranos, Rome, Deadwood, Carnivale and Big Love. He was nominated for a 2006 WGA Award for his writing on Deadwood.He is represented by ICM and the Mosaic Media Group and lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three children.
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