Assistant Professor of Visual Arts, Cinema
M.F.A., National University
B.S., John Brown University
Steve Snediker has always loved motion pictures.
From his early forays into 8mm neighborhood movies and numerous social commentary film projects for school, to his work in HiDef directing corporate and commercial videos for companies like Saatchi & Saatchi X, Procter & Gamble, and Wal-Mart, Steve Snediker has developed a reputation as a visual storyteller. He fields many of the skills required to be a one-man movie studio, yet Steve has also discovered the greater power of collaboration and building teams.
Steve has a BS in Communications (Broadcast) from John Brown University and an MFA in Digital Cinema from National University. Besides his award-winning narrative film “Carlisle’s Secret”, Steve has recently completed a documentary entitled “Amazin’Grace: Standing Room Only” and an experimental film entitled “LEVI: A Day – A Lifetime.”
Steve is married with three grown children and makes his home in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. He works as Assistant Professor of Visual Arts - Cinema at John Brown University and continues to be a contributor to regional independent film.