Extreme Sport & Adventure: Steve Gibby

Steve Gibby is a multiple Emmy-winning, 30-year veteran of several hundred international and national television programs that aired on nineteen different broadcast and cable networks, including NBC, National Geographic, ESPN, ESPN2, Fox Sports Net, Palladia, Animal Planet, Spike, OLN, A&E, SPEED, UPN, Fuel, VH1, PBS, RFD, Prime Sports Network, DISH, and Comcast. His core genres of production have been adventure travel, alternative sports, wildlife, tourism, lifestyle, nature, music, and cultures.

Steve served as a field producer, director, and cameraman for the multiple Emmy-winning ESPN series “Hawaiian Sports Adventure” for two seasons (20 programs). Recently Steve served as an Executive Producer and a DP for “Icy Killers: Secrets of Alaska’s Salmon Shark”, a wildlife documentary that aired nationally and internationally on National Geographic Channel over 50 times since April 2009. He also served in 2009 as a DP and shoulder held cinematographer for a 10 RED camera HDTV (VH1 and Palladia) and Blu-Ray production in Manila, Philippines featuring the legendary rock band Journey in concert. In March 2010 Steve served as DP and a shoulder held cinematographer for a 7 Red camera HDTV (VH1 and Palladia) and Blu-Ray production of the classic rock band Heart, in Seattle.

Steve has received over 80 national awards for his television production work. He serves annually as a national Emmy Awards judge for several competitions: Sports, Documentary, Daytime. His network-level skills and experience include: executive producer, producer, director, DP, editor, scriptwriter, and cinematographer. In addition, Steve is a former multiple term member of the Board of Governors, of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS-Pacific Southwest). He is also a longtime technical and creative writer for several national television and film trade magazines, including Studio Monthly, Studio Daily, Film and Video, TV Technology, HD Studio, Focus, and many others.