Stephen Liddell has more than 35 years experience in Film, Television, Print and Interactive Media.
Over that time he has acquired a broad range of skills in Cinematography, Directing and Producing, Creative Direction in TV and film, Web Design and Interactive Development, Photography; enabling him to bring a wealth of knowledge to every new project.
Stephen started his career as a cameraman at the ABC. He worked on a variety of shows (from ‘Countdown’ to ‘Four Corners’), earning a Sammy Award along the way. His second career was as a Fashion and Advertising Photographer. His shots featured on many magazine front covers, most notably TIME Magazine for the Australian Bicentennial Edition in January, 1988.
Stephen has been on the cutting edge of Interactive Entertainment since 1996, primarily working as a Creative Director for interactive media, 3D animation and corporate web development. He has overseen the creative direction of a number of prestige and high profile interactive projects for clients including The ATO (‘Fraud And Corruption’), The Australia Government (‘GST’), IBM, Movie World Virtual Theme Park, Cotton Australia, The ABC (‘Journey’s Places Tracks and Dreams’), and many more. Stephen has lectured at The School Of Visual Art, Sydney, and is currently the Co-founder and Creative Director of Ink To Screen – a niche company specialising in providing innovative pre-production for TV, interactive and feature film development.
Stephen also has a position as Chief Creative Officer for the Broadband Solutions Group in Washington.
Specialties: Film Camera, Video Camera, Advertising and Fashion Photography, Website Design, Creative Director in Film, TV Interactive Media, Director Commercials and Music Videos.