Steve constructs cinematic atmospheres and believable realities. His interest in film initially led him to shoot Location and then his project Cinema, on which he worked with set designer Nicola Yeoman to recreate the look of iconic productions through simple totemic objects. Steve is fascinated by spaces and their stories, whether evident or as a hidden layer, and how people interact with them. His ideas are as instinctual as his approach is methodical - investigating the process before bringing his vision to life.

Steve directed a visual piece on the mechanics and athleticism of the body. An exploration of motion showing multiple facets in the same image, featuring Olympic trampolinist Kat Driscoll, it was exclusively premiered on Nowness before being screened at the Curzon cinema, Mayfair and has since been selected to feature in several film festivals around the world.

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Steve constructs cinematic atmospheres and believable realities. His interest in film initially led him to shoot Location and then his project Cinema, on which he worked with set designer Nicola Yeoman to recreate the look of iconic productions through simple totemic objects. Steve is fascinated by spaces and their stories, whether evident or as a hidden layer, and how people interact with them. His ideas are as instinctual as his approach is methodical - investigating the process before bringing his vision to life.

Steve directed a visual piece on the mechanics and athleticism of the body. An exploration of motion showing multiple facets in the same image, featuring Olympic trampolinist Kat Driscoll, it was exclusively premiered on Nowness before being screened at the Curzon cinema, Mayfair and has since been selected to feature in several film festivals around the world.

Born in Devon, Steve now lives in London. He graduated from Central Saint Martins in 1994 with a first-class honours degree in graphic design and was invited to return as a lecturer there from 1999 to 2006.

His photographs of skaters in their urban playgrounds, Reading Lines, was published in 2007 and exhibited nationwide, closely followed by Location, which travelled to the Format International Photography Festival in 2009. Awards include Best in Book, Creative Review Photography Annual 2011. This year Steve exhibited previously unseen works taken at the iconic Vivienne Westwood Cafe Society show in Paris 1994 featuring models Kate Moss, Helena Christensen and Nadja Auermann. 2016 will also see the publication of at least one book and another highly anticipated exhibition. Steve’s collaborators include Vivienne Westwood, Paul Smith and 2011 Turner Prize-nominated artist George Shaw.

Clients include Numéro, AnOther, System, Uniqlo and Cartier, Nike, Maserati, Alexander McQueen, Vertu, Lamborghini, Audi, Mr Porter, Toyota, Lexus, Volkswagen, Wallpaper*, Telegraph Luxury, Patek Philippe, HSBC Private bank, Chivas Regal, Vanity Fair, Tiger Beer, Stella Artois and Bottega.

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Cartier 5ème Avenue
Mr Porter | Kilgour's Return
Gymnast
Emporio Armani for GQ
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Wallpaper*
Cartier
Hole & Corner
Cartier
Shell | Make the Future
Wallpaper*
Vivienne Westwood, Café Society, 1994 | Webber Gallery Space Exhibition
Vanity Fair
Telegraph Lux
Wallpaper April 2015
Uniqlo