Robert Stephens is an award-winning writer, producer, and director. He has over 25 years of experience in video, television, and film. Stephens has worked with industry leading government and corporate clients including the US Army, the US Navy, Joint Forces Command, the Department of Energy, General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman, Dollar Tree, Ferguson Enterprises, and Lockheed Martin.

Stephens is frequently asked by clients to develop creative campaigns. For example, he wrote, produced, and directed over 100 commercials to promote safety for the US Army. Stephens recently wrote, produced, and directed over 65 videos and public service announcements to promote health and wellness for the US Army Surgeon General’s Performance Triad campaign.

Stephens has an extensive background in producing marketing videos and commercials for the resort and hospitality industry. Clients include Marriott Vacation Club International, Starwood Vacation Ownership, Carnival Cruise Lines, Holiday Inn, Consolidated Resorts, and Sunterra.

Stephens also has extensive broadcast television experience, producing the home improvement series “Around the House.” His Post Production leadership can be seen in several shows for the Food Network’s “Best Of”… Stephens wrote and produced Artist on Location, an award-winning hour long documentary on the art community of Maui. Stephens also wrote, directed and produced “Investigations of the Unexplained,” a television pilot for the Discovery Channel. He has also written, produced, and directed two feature films, “House of Fallen,” starring Corbin Bernsen and C Thomas Howell, and “The House Behind the Wall,” a suspenseful thriller that takes place in historic Fort Monroe, Virginia.

In addition to his extensive production background, Stephens is an author, having published five novels that range from murder mysteries to paranormal thrillers. When he is not writing or directing, Stephens enjoys traveling, which allows him to indulge in his other passion – photography.

Stephens received his bachelor’s degree in English and Journalism from Old Dominion University and his master’s degree in Communications and Film from Regent University.