HEY! I'M STEPH

I am a Western New York native who loves to travel, ride my beloved Bianchi & Felt road bikes, and find adventures in my work and every day life.

 

With a Bachelor's in advertising and marketing communications from the Fashion Institute of Technology, my expertise centers around creating a fresh and appropriate image for clients, no matter what form of content I'm delivering. With experience in TV and video production, as well as copywriting and event planning, I enjoy producing a high quality product, throughout a number of mediums.

 

Since graduating college, I've held freelance and full time positions as Copywriter, Press Coordinator, Producer, Event Planner, Stylist/Wardrobe, Story Board Artist, Videographer/Photographer, and Editor.

My current focus is freelance video production. As well as wedding photography and videography, working alongside a fantastic Western New York company, Soundwave DJ & Photo. 

I am also in year four of a new venture with my husband, called We Must Dash LLC, a group adventure travel company. We offer guided group trips to locations such as Thailand, Costa Rica, Iceland, Peru & more. Our focus is to provide, safe, fun, affordable, worry-free travel opportunities. 

HOMETOWN

I grew up in Wheatfield, just south of Niagara Falls, NY. I had an amazing childhood filled with lots of imagination and outdoor adventures. I was also reigning Miss Wheatfield 2007.

PEN-PALS

I once had such a crazy experience with a pen pal that the program at my middle school was adjusted so students could only write to members of the same sex. Ask me about it over a beer.

GRUNT WORK

In college, I was an intern at Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. On my first day, I was very over dressed and ended up emptying 50+ boxes of cocoa pebbles into a bin to break the world record for biggest bowl of cereal.

HIGHWAY TO HELL

I once spent 32 hours on a bus traveling from Hue to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. Thanks to traffic, we went far beyond the estimated 20 hours. We spent most of the trip passing in the left hand lane, barely avoiding oncoming traffic. 

WE'VE COME A LONG WAY, KID