Steven Fischer is a two-time Emmy® nominated writer/producer/director who also shoots and edits. He is noted for artful personal stories that explore character, the human condition, and relationships.
At 17, Steven was a working cartoonist noted for his beloved comedy team, Steve & Bluey, published in two books, on television through TCI Communications, and as theatrical radio specials. Under the guidance of his mentor, producer Steve Melendez (Peanuts, Fred Basset, and the Emmy®-winning The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe), Steven was introduced to the professional world of animation.
His film credits include Freedom Dance (2007) with Mariska Hargitay and Old School New School (2011) with celebrated actor Brian Cox and jazz legend McCoy Tyner among many other internationally acclaimed artists.
His commissioned work includes English, Spanish, Portuguese, Hindi, Polish, Japanese, and Romanian language projects for: Maryland Public Television/PBS, Oprah Winfrey Network, TV Asia, Romanian Television Network, Polish National Alliance, Nalco/Ecolab, Nextel, DuPont, National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts, Screen Arts Animation, Hollywood Stars II, and AmeriCorps. He has appeared in Chicago Fire (NBC), The Mob Doctor (FOX), Shameless (Showtime), The FBI Files (Discovery Networks), Hollow Man (Columbia Pictures), and Avalon (Tri-Star Pictures).
Steven’s work has been honored by The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, The New York Festivals, CINE, The Directors Guild of America, the Telly Awards, the Addy Awards, Glimz Sweden, World Fest International Film Festival, White Sands International Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival, and Marquis Who's Who in Entertainment.
In 2010, for his contributions to the arts, The Daily Record named Steven on their list of 60 Influential Marylanders. In 2013, he was awarded a Fulbright from the US Department of State, Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs, as a Specialist in creativity and storytelling. His first invitation was as a guest artist at University of Debrecen, Hungary.
Steven has traveled extensively throughout the Middle East, Asia, Europe, and the United States. He occasionally teaches storytelling at Northwestern University and is internationally sought to speak on creativity.