Steve Taylor has done it all. He has had great success as a filmmaker, writer, producer, and as a recording artist. In 1983, Steve began a career as a recording artist that spanned twelve years, selling over one million albums worldwide and garnering him two Grammy nominations for Meltdown and Squint. In the process, he made history as the only artist to twice win Billboard Music Video Awards for self-directed music videos. As a concert artist, Steve and his band headlined four international tours, including acclaimed appearances at L.A.’s Universal Amphitheater and London’s Hammersmith Odeon. Steve was also lead singer/co-writer in the MCA-signed modern rock band Chagall Guevara.
Steve’s work as a music video director and filmmaker has earned him two Billboard Music Video Awards, as well as Dove, Telly, and Addy Awards. Meanwhile, as a record producer Steve’s resume includes the Platinum-certified Sixpence None The Richer and three Gold-certified albums for the Newsboys: Going Public, Take Me To Your Leader and Adoration. All four albums earned Grammy nominations. Steve also contributed to most of the Newsboys tracks as a songwriter. His production efforts have appeared in numerous television programs and motion pictures, including Pump Up The Volume, She’s All That , Snow Day and Here On Earth.