Art. The biggest little word on Earth.
Until May of 2020 I was the General Manager and Development Director
of the Bas Bleu Theatre in Fort Collins, Colorado.
When COVID-19 hit, the theatre closed indefinitely and my position was dissolved.
Currently, I am searching for a new opportunity to serve another organization whose mission I believe in. I am open to relocation.
I am a communications professional with 20 years of experience and expertise across a spectrum of technologies and platforms. A former Apple Trainer, my expertise includes a wide variety of software programs, and CRM systems. If you need a skilled media artist and storyteller, look no further.
I primarily work in WordPress, but work in Joomla! and other applications when requested. In designing, I listen to your vision and work from there — no guesses, no surprises. Whether a one-page brochure site, or full-blown eCommerce site, I can help you realize your vision.
Theatre & Venue Management
If you’ve ever watched the faces in an audience from backstage just before the curtain opens and stage lights come you know the joy of working in the arts. I am a producing arts manager and respected talent curator known for diverse, relevant programming.
Lots of people don’t like to write. Some hate it. I earned my degree from Columbia University’s Writing Program, so I love to write! I also love to help, so give me a shout if you can use a hand!
Tutoring & Troubleshooting
I teach humans of all ages! From film editing software to the MS Office, I have been tutoring since 2006. I can also troubleshoot software, hardware and network issues.
Palace Theater Hires New Artistic Director Published: 07:13 p.m., Sunday, May 23, 2010 Stephen Snow is the artistic director of the Palace Theatre. Photo: Chris Ware / The News-Times | Buy This Photo Stephen Snow has joined The Palace Theater as artistic director. A graduate of Columbia University with a background in writing, producing and directing film and Read more about Palace Theater Hires New Artistic Director[…]
The first snow of the season was falling outside Stephen Snow and Brian Montague’s Center for New Media and the Arts in downtown Bethel. Inside, however, you could have easily thought you were in a Soho loft in New York City. Snow and Montague billed Saturday’s “An Extraordinary Evening of Dance” as “one of the Read more about An Extraordinary Evening of Dance[…]
New director of Danbury’s Palace Theater is full of plans Jacky Saulnier, Contributing Writer Published: 08:32 p.m., Friday, May 28, 2010 Stephen Snow speaks about his new position as the artistic director of the Palace Theater during an interview Monday, May 3, 2010. Photo: Chris Ware / The News-Times | Buy This Photo For too many Read more about New director of Danbury’s Palace Theater is full of plans[…]
A 21st century company has set up shop in a 2,100-square-foot open space on the second floor of the Opera House on Greenwood Avenue at Depot Place in Bethel. “The history of this place is so rich, and we want to open it to the public to enjoy the arts,” said Stephen Snow, chief operating Read more about New Gallery and Arts Business to Open in Historic Opera House[…]
~George Bernard Shaw