Steve Stafford is the President of Studio Wings, Inc. He was born in Darien, Connecticut and raised on a cattle ranch near Helena, Montana. Before beginning a career in the film industry, he served with distinction in the United States Marine Corps, receiving two meritorious citations. After leaving the Marines, he studied acting, landing a three-year contract at Universal Studios. He was fascinated by what went on behind the camera and soon began working as key camera assistant and then A-camera operator under Academy Award-winning cinematographers, Haskell Wexler and Conrad Hall. In less than five years, he was shooting and directing action second units for both feature films and television. His work led to a contract with DDB Needham Worldwide in Chicago, directing national commercial campaigns. Concurrently, he produced and directed The Color of Evening (1990), starring Martin Landau and Ellen Burstyn. The AFI award-winning independent film caught the eye of then-CBS president, Je

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