For two decades Stephen Elms has lead a varied and eclectic career, one that does not easily translate on a résumé. Since the early 1990s he has followed his passion for the arts and technology. What began as an interest in architecture shifted to enthusiasm
for theatrical production and design where he has continued to develop his craft as a lifelong student of the performing arts over the last 20 years.
While not an artist per se, Stephen holds two fine arts degrees — an undergrad in lighting design and a masters in management and producing, the equivalent of a MBA and JD for the theatrical professional, from from a performing arts conservatory and an
Stephen has amassed an impressive list of stage credits — backstage rather than onstage — having worked Off-Broadway and on Broadway as a union crew chief on a production contract. His varied roster is comprised of small showcases in tiny lofts and Tony
Award® winning productions that includes lighting for RENT, Dame Edna, Riverdance, and Noises-Off, props for Elton John & Tim Rice's Aida, and scenic automation for Roundabout Theatre Company.
After more than a decade physically running shows, he shifted his attention over the last number of years to producing and marketing shows. Stephen has managed ad campaigns for Monty Python's Spamalot, Lincoln Center Theater, Legally Blonde, Spring Awakening
and The Metropolitan Opera while he was an account executive at Serino Coyne, Broadway's largest full service advertising agency and part of the Omnicom family. After leaving the agency he shifted to the client side at Disney Theatrical Group where he worked
on a range of marketing ventures for the Broadway productions of The Lion King, Mary Poppins, and The Little Mermaid.
Currently Stephen is leveraging his extensive experience as the Digital Marketing Coordinator for Blue Man Group, where he executes strategies for social networking in