Steve Glashier, Creative Director and founding member of NTSH London. A self taught film maker and photographer.
Glashier enjoys a widely successful career as a music video director and film maker, with his distinct narrative and cinematic talents leading him to create over 150 music videos for artists across the globe as well as numerous TV shows, documentaries, commercials and short films.
With the formation of NTSH London in 2009 Glashier’s career began with a brash DIY style that saw him create pioneering viral videos for artists such as Fatboy Slim, Julliette Lewis and Xzibit all within his first year and he quickly reached high acclaim from industry professionals with a selection from onedotzero and a MVA music nomination.
His style as a film maker and director and has developed to become increasingly more cinematic and narrative based, with 2013 seeing him take time away to develop this more loose narrative form and work with award winning actors such as Juno Temple and Harry Shearer.
This fresh artistic direction comes at an interesting time, correlating with the new industry climate and a new found passion for photography that has seen Glashier join the analogue photography agency Format 34. He currently also holds the position of official stills photographer of the UK’s premier music awards The Mercury Prize.
The strong commercial side to his work has also led him to work for a great many well known brands, creating viral adverts, online content and other promotional pieces for a variety of clients including; MTV, Sony PlayStation, Innocent Smoothie, Bud Ice, O’Neill and Firetrap as well an award winning fashion film for Gresham Blake.
His passion for film making is again seen in the TV shows and documentaries he has created; from The Porter Report an acclaimed long running music show commissioned for Boing Boing TV, to his work as a commercial documentary maker in India and Suriname. This passion continues with his latest music documentary ‘Late Night Lingerie’ commissioned by BOON Magazine.