tell your story
I provide WordPress website design, customization, optimization and implementation. No project is too small. I listen to your vision and design and scale from there. I can build you a small one-page brochure site, or full-blown eCommerce site.
For many, the topic of Internet and social marketing makes the eyes glaze over. At best it’s a process little understood, yet something you know you should be doing. At worst, it’s an excuse for procrastinating one more day. It doesn’t have to be daunting. Say hello!
If experience counts, consider that I shot my first project – a documentary on the Cathedral of St. John the Divine – on 3/4-inch, broadcast videotape. That was last century. And as a Web manager with FTP and codec knowledge, I can essentially serve a one person production team.
Like a composer, the editor has various instruments with which to work. Anyone who has written a story or song knows that Art presents itself in the making of choices, with an intention of forwarding the story. Often, it’s how it is arranged & conducted that makes a piece brilliant.
Copywriting & Editing
With a BA from the Writing Program at Columbia University, and as a writer myself, I know that sometimes we need a fresh eye. I have served as a writer or copy editor for a variety of companies and organizations. And I would be happy to discuss your project!
Tutoring & Troubleshooting
I teach humans of all ages. From film editing software to the Microsoft Office suite, I have been tutoring since 2006 when I worked as a Lead Mac Specialist and Trainer for Apple Computer. I also troubleshoot software, hardware and network issues.
With nearly two decades of experience in video production, web & new media, and live Arts & Event production and management, I am available for all kinds of project-based work. Say hello for further information.
I built my first Joomla! website in 2009. Joomla! is a highly effective and powerful Content Management System. While more businesses are opting for Wordpress as their Solution, Joomla! is powerful, and worth considering if you have an in-house web manager.
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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, heading out for another adventure into storytelling and magic – the kind of magic that only happens in a darkened theater under the spotlights. I grew up in the Arts, and this is where I first fell in love with storytelling.
Many years later, with many miles logged, and some dogged determination, I am still telling stories.
These days, along with my own stories, I help you clearly and concisely lay out the story you want to tell in order to reach your market and get your message across.
I have accumulated over 20 years of experience working across a range of Media disciplines. You know you’re either getting old (or seasoned?) when half or more of what you’ve worked on doesn’t even make the resume any more. With a degree from the Columbia University Writing Program, I have worn the hat of a writer, editor, content manager and content creator. I have written and directed film, and have served various roles on other people’s film and television works. And beginning 13 years ago I built my first website, even though I was an editor and content manager of a Manhattan web portal back in 1999. In the past decade I have also come full circle in the area of performing Arts, as in 2009 I was the proud creator and co-founder of the Center for New Media and the Arts in Bethel, Connecticut. And I am the former Artistic Director of The Palace Theatre, Danbury, Connecticut. I am open to all inquiries and projects. And I await your “hello.”
Palace Theater Hires New Artistic Director Published: 07:13 p.m., Sunday, May 23, 2010 Stephen Snow is the artistic director of the Palace Theatre. Photo: Chris Ware / The News-Times | Buy This Photo Stephen Snow has joined The Palace Theater as artistic director. A graduate of Columbia University with a background in writing, producing and directing film and[…]
Stephen Snow, partner and creative director of the Center for New Media and the Arts, in Bethel Ct, introduces the program for performances at “An Extraordinary Evening of Dance”, held at the Center For New Media and the Arts, on Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009. The first snow of the season was falling outside Stephen Snow[…]
New director of Danbury’s Palace Theater is full of plans Jacky Saulnier, Contributing Writer Published: 08:32 p.m., Friday, May 28, 2010 Stephen Snow speaks about his new position as the artistic director of the Palace Theater during an interview Monday, May 3, 2010. Photo: Chris Ware / The News-Times | Buy This Photo For too many[…]
A 21st century company has set up shop in a 2,100-square-foot open space on the second floor of the Opera House on Greenwood Avenue at Depot Place in Bethel. “The history of this place is so rich, and we want to open it to the public to enjoy the arts,” said Stephen Snow, chief operating[…]
~George Bernard Shaw