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Represented
  • Amsterdam
  • London
Director

Steve Fuller

An Emmy award director with expertise in the integration of design and live-action.

As a design-based director Steve has the ability to lead projects from conception to completion. Comfortable in a variety of mediums and genres, Steve’s creative through-line is visual storytelling.

Steve is widely known for iconic projects such as his Emmy winning main titles for AMC’s Mad Men serving as Creative Director and Designer. His creative efforts for Showtime’s Nurse Jackie and the HBO miniseries The Pacific earned Steve two Emmy nominations in the Outstanding Main Title Design category in 2010.

Steve has recently been busy as an independent director helping major brands create memorable impressions with customers via commercials. His directing credits including major campaigns for McDonalds, CB2, and Anthem Healthcare. Steve has also worked with an impressive group of clients including Amazon, Verizon, Sprint, Google, Ford, Spike, MTV, CBS Sports, Fox, Reebok, NFL, Citibank, NBC, Covergirl, ESPN, Ubisoft, USA, Sears, BBC, Olympus, and BMW.

Previously, Steve helped start and grow the East Coast offices of Imaginary Forces. Over his eight years with the firm, the Director/Designer forged a reputation for inspired, original projects for networks, agencies and feature films.

His work has also been recognized by the BDA and The One Club.

  • Online Film

    Genomic Health

    Steve Fuller directs this gorgeous spot for Genomic Health to convey an impactful message to raise awareness for cancer.    
  • Title Sequence

    Mad Men
    Steve Fuller

    The Emmy award-winning title sequence for AMC’s drama, Mad Men. The sequence features a stylized fall through a surreal “skyscraper canyon”
  • Commercial

    Amazon

    With wonderful cinematography, Steve presents us with this tech-based spot for the launch of Amazon’s Fire Phone