Steve Price – Video Director
Steve Price is a multi award winning director and content producer specialising in rock concert tours and live streaming.
Credits include tours with Queen + Adam Lambert, Mumford and Sons, Beyonce, Tame Impala, The 1975, Bastille, Roxy Music and many other arena and stadium sized artists.
Steve won the Des Fallon Video Visionary Award at the TPI Awards in London in 2018 and 2021 and was nominated for the same award in 2016, 2019, 2020 and 2022.
Well, after an extraordinarily hard couple of years for the live music industry I'm pleased to report we hit the ground running when restrictions were relaxed in September last year and we haven't stopped since.
We've toured extensively with Australian psychedelic rockers Tame Impala, headlining festivals and arenas throughout the USA and Mexico, then we took another trip around North America with country/pop crossover star Kacey Musgraves, followed by three sold out nights with Wizkid at the O2 Arena in London (streamed to over a million people), and then the long awaited 36 date European tour with Queen + Adam Lambert, playing to over 400,000 people including 10 nights at the O2 Arena.
Also, I was presented with the Live Production of the Year Award - on behalf of all the crew - at the TPI Awards in London in April this year for the Tame Impala Slow Rush Tour.
And now we're in America with Roxy Music on their 50 Years Anniversary tour which began in Toronto two weeks ago and concludes at the Forum in LA at the end of the month.
We somehow got through the pandemic relatively unscathed, mainly due to the proliferation in live streaming which kept us busy pretty much since the first lockdown in March 2020, including numerous broadcasts from Metropolis Studios, Woodstock Studios and Lafayette in London for the likes of The Staves, Tom Walker, Oh Wonder, Amber Mark, Bastille, Creeper, Becky Hill, Jordan Mackampa, Joy Crookes and many others.
Other highlights of the pandemic include the release of our DVD for Queen + Adam Lambert which went straight into the official UK album charts at #1, a series of 'lockumentaries' about life on the road with the Queen crew and umpteen music videos for Becky Hill, Jo Omeara and Bastille.
The pandemic took us outside of our comfort zone and made us better film makers with a greater appreciation of our place in the live music industry and reminded us never to take what we do for granted.
Stay safe and see you down the road.
Yours in Solidarity,