Steve was raised in the Seattle area, and earned his bachelor's degree in atmospheric sciences from the University of Washington in 2009. His initial focus was studying hurricanes and becoming a hurricane hunter, but decided to focus on broadcasting during an internship at KOMO-TV in Seattle his junior year.
After returning to school in 2010 to study journalism and tutor math, he moved to Montana as a meteorologist/reporter in 2011 to provide forecasts for two-thirds of the state. Steve mainly presented weather on the weekends and joked he "reported five days a week and did weather on the side." After more than a year in Big Sky Country, Steve decided the east coast would be his next challenge.
When not in the office, Steve can be found working on one of his many screenplays, working out, or in a bowling alley. During the winter, you might find him on the ski slopes on either a snowboard or possibly a pair of skis.
Steve is excited to sink his teeth into forecasting for the east coast and experiencing the history of the Northeast.
What are your favorite TV shows?
Top Gear, Fringe, Psych, Law and Order, Leverage.
What are your favorite movies?
The James Bond series; Hunt for Red October; seriously too many to list.
What websites do you visit the most?
Facebook, YouTube, BBC News
What is your favorite restaurant?
If you could interview anyone in history, who would it be?
Sir Patrick Stewart
What is one thing on your bucket list?
Be a contestant on Jeopardy and win at least one day's competition.
What is one thing about you most people would be surprised by?
I have dual-citizenship with the United Kingdom.
What are your favorite sports teams?
Seattle Mariners, Seattle Seahawks, Washington Huskies Football; Looking for a hockey team to follow...
What is your favorite hobby?
Either screenwriting or playing video games.
Where do you see yourself in 20 years?
Still working, whether it be broadcasting or behind the scenes; and writing screenplays with a wife and family inspiring me.
What was your most memorable interview/weather event/sporting event?
2001 All-Star Game in Seattle. Mariners had 8 players in the game the year they won 116 games.
What was your first job?
Construction laborer for my dad.