The Dude Behind The Curtain

Steve is a walking, talking, networking blend of credibility and know-how. Raised as an Air Force brat that moved a lot as a kind (in fact more schools than grades up to 8th grade), he combined a tenacious work ethic and keen sense of curiosity to usher him over one hurdle after another. Nearly thirty years after computer technology first became accessible to consumers, Steve has harnessed the marketing potential of the Internet…and he is now sharing his formula for success.

It’s Not Where You Came From, Only Where You Are Going

After his dad retired from the Air Force in Tampa, Fl., Steve obtained his Computer Science degree from Georgia Tech in Atlanta, GA and then moved out to the technical city of Seattle, WA. Here he obtained his MBA from Pacific Luthern University and later a certificate in eBusiness from UC Berkeley.

Little did he know then that he had tapped into technology that would shape his life and allow him to help countless others.

After working for Boeing and Physio-Control, Steve struck out on his own first with startup companies and then into the contracting world.

It All Starts with A Spark

After many years in the analytical world of IT, Steve decided to broaden his horizon by attending photography school at the prestigious Hallmark Institute of Photography, where he received a certificate in Commercial Photography.

Upon arriving back home from photography school, Steve launched a photography business to satisfy the creative aspect of his ambitions.

After struggling to acquire enough traffic for his photography websites, Steve studied with leading marketing gurus to learn the digital online marketing techniques necessary in today's digital world.

Just Enjoy the Climb

Virtually overnight, Steve went from being a relatively unknown online marketer from Washington state to enjoying his stature as an online marketing professional.

“I’ve been broke and successful and broke and successful so many times,” says Steve, “that I just want to help other people to avoid the roller-coaster and just enjoy the climb.”