Steven Calcote is an award-winning filmmaker who has created ground-breaking film, television, commercial, and web projects for Legendary Entertainment, Sony Pictures, Disney, BBC America, Nickelodeon, HBO, AT&T, Industrial Light & Magic, Sega, Adidas, Electronic Arts, the National Hockey League, Dimension Films, Boeing, Airbnb, and National Geographic. Recently, he wrote and directed the groundbreaking live interactive science fiction adventure, "Orbital Redux," which was shortlisted for "Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series" for the 2019 Daytime Emmys. His high-energy television pilot "The 5th Hour" for Nickelodeon was part of the network's effort to engage new demographics. When the National Hockey League decided to enliven its franchise mascots with new CGI animation, Steven directed comic book legend Stan Lee in a commercial for the Versus network to excite sports fans across the nation. Steven blended green screen and location shooting across Los Angeles for the eye-popping hit music video on MTV, "Hey L.A.," starring pop sensation Ryan Beatty and sponsored by AT&T. An international filmmaker, Steven worked with adidas and the NBA to engage millions of youths across Asia. He collaborated with OgilvyOne to develop and direct an epic five-part online mini-series filled with hours of original live-action content featuring the greatest stars of basketball and cutting-edge interactive games. "Collider" calls "Shelf Life," the live-action web series that he directed, "hilarious." The show, about the hidden psychoses of tiny action figures, features some of today's hottest voice actors in animation and video games, such as Yuri Lowenthal, star of the PS4 video game, "Marvel's Spider-Man," and Travis Willingham, star of "Critical Role." An expert in the latest digital filmmaking technologies, animation, visual effects, and interactivity, Steven continues to push the envelope for original entertainment. His work has been recognized by the Telly Awards, Spikes Asia, One Show Interactive Awards, and the LA Weekly Theater Awards. Steven is a member of the Producers Guild of America and the Television Academy.