Helicopter Lifeflight Pilot in Sandusky, Ohio
Hello, I’m Steve. I’m a helicopter Lifeflight pilot living in Sandusky, Ohio. I am a fan of travel, movies, and fitness. I’m also interested in coffee and music. You can visit my website with a click on the button above.
I joined the Army after high school as a helicopter mechanic. After several years of "turning wrenches", I applied for and was accepted into rotary wing flight school.
I retired from the Army after 23 1/2 years and multiple deployments, including Kosovo, twice to Iraq, and twice to Afghanistan.
I retired up north to fly for Lifeflight. I work on my acting and modeling career during my off time.
I have been actively acting and modeling for three and a half years and have done various commercial and motion picture acting as well as print work .
Two years ago, I had my debut speaking role in a motion picture as "Anthony King" in the independent film "Crisis In The Valley", directed by David L. Walker. Filming of the sequel is completed. A release date has not been set.
I have been booked in several other projects. Two independents in Michigan: Memoirs of Wroth City, (A Crime Drama), currently in production; Hypro: Revolt, (a Sci-Fi web series), currently filming the pilot episode, and another web-based, YouTube series in New York (Cold Blooded). The pilot is complete and available for viewing.
I finished filming "Taken Over", a supernatural crime story directed by Harley Wallen of Painted Creek Productions in which I play a tackling neighbor and a short indie film titled "Buzzing in the Garage" in which I play "Tom"- a depressed "IT" employee. This is planned for film festival submission the fall of 2017.
I have also been booked in a Texas based project called "Crooked". I will be playing the role of a young politician. This project is on hold.
I have several other projects on the horizon this year which I cannot get into specifics on at this time.
Recently did an interview with NY freelance journalist. Whomyouknow.com by Peachy Deegan-featured July 24, 2017.
I am extremely grateful for all of these opportunities and looking forward to delivering some great work.
I will continue to work for Lifeflight and pursue my acting career.