May 2, 2016

About – new

Stephen at opening

Stephen Snow at the opening of the Center for New Media and the Arts.

Some of my earliest memories are from the theatre. My mother was an actor; my step-father was a director who taught drama to people like John Turturro and Michael Badalucco at SUNY New Paltz.

As a kid, it was exciting to be behind the scenes with actors, directors, set designers, prop masters, painters and costume designers. So when I was 8 years old I performed in my first play, South Pacific. Soon I was doing children’s theater, even traveling to regional stages throughout the Northeast, and as far north as Montreal, Canada.
As a young adult I studied with the renowned acting coach, Robert Lewis, and shared a modern dance class with Brooke Shields at STEPS On Broadway.
As I became an adult my interests moved from acting to writing, filmmaking and editing.
For many years now I have focused my energies on New Media, TV & Film, and the Performing Arts. I am available for hire. So please feel free to look around, and say hello if I can be of service.

“HEY, WHAT’S THE STORY?”

As a kid I grew up playing in the wings of summer stock stages. I have fond memories of leaving home in Manhattan and heading off for another summer at another theatre in another state for another adventure in storytelling and magic, the kind of magic that only happens in a darkened theatre under the spotlights. This was where I first fell in love with storytelling.
My mother was an actor, my step-father a director who also taught drama at SUNY New Paltz when people like John Turturro and Michael Badalucco were students there. As a young adult I studied acting with Robert Lewis, and took the same modern dance classes as Brooke Shields at STEPS On Broadway. Indeed, there has never been a time when I wasn’t involved in the Arts.
As an adult I have made my living in Video Production, Writing, Web & New Media, and in the Performing Arts as an Artistic Director.
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As a kid I grew up playing in the wings of summer stock stages. I have fond memories of leaving home in Manhattan to spend another summer at another theatre, in another state, for another adventure into storytelling and magic – the kind of magic that can only happen in a darkened theater under the spotlights. This is where I first fell in love with storytelling.
When I was 8 years old I performed in my first play, South Pacific. Soon I was doing children’s theater, even traveling to regional stages throughout the Northeast, and as far north as Montreal, Canada. Later on I studied with the renowned acting coach, Robert Lewis, and shared a modern dance class with Brooke Shields at STEPS On Broadway.
As I became an adult my interests shifted from acting to writing, filmmaking and editing. And as Internet & New Media arrived I adopted it. Indeed, the first content management system I worked on was in the year 1999!
I have a wide range of experience, and offer services in a number of crossover areas. So please, feel free to look around, and say hello if I can be of service.