Steve Feldman
Steven Feldman (born March 8, 1952) is an American director for Barney & Friends.


Emmy award winning director Steve Feldman has worked with talent as diverse as Bill Nye, Linda Ellerbee, Bill Maher and Elmo for PBS, CBS, Disney, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Comedy Central, MSNBC and Discovery. His work on “Sesame Street” earned him an Emmy Award and six Emmy nominations, while his efforts with “Barney and Friends”, “The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss", "The Nick News" and “The Christopher Lowell Show” contributed to six additional Emmy awards and nominations. Steven’s other credits include "Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher", "Lazy Town", and the musical theatre production for Walden Media, "Rock Odyssey".

Steven has also produced and directed documentaries on prison life for MSNBC and is currently developing a documentary feature examining the life of David Berkowitz, the “Son of Sam”. He is also developing a children’s music series for Nashville Public Television.

Recently, Steve recently completed work on a tablet based television series for pre-school children, "Charlie and Company", produced video content and provided design supervision for "", a teen, debate website that wrangled with the question. “Who was the better President, Washington or Lincoln?” He is also created video content for the web with acclaimed flautist, Sir James Galway and is currently directing a documentary science series for AMS Pictures in Dallas, TX.

Feldman lives in Nashville with his wife Leah, daughters Mary and Sarah, Daisy the cat, Poteet the cockatiel, Sally the Cocker Spaniel and Sid Hill, a perpetually puppy-like, Poodle.

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