Steve Tozzi is a graphic designer and creative director.
Steve first garnered industry attention at age 22 when, while serving as design director at PMCD Design, he received an Emmy Award nomination for his design work on the launch of ESPN’s X-Games. His early career also involved designing for David Carson’s Ray Gun and a stint as a colorist for DC Comics. Working for major network and premiere broadcast brands, Steve transitioned into advertising with a position as creative director at Pure, a studio based in New York which he helped launch in 2004.
In 2006, Steve moved to the studio Click 3X, where has directed spots for Time Warner and Nike/Footlocker and designed and directed commercial campaigns for Advil, Subway, Time Warner, and Pantene. He has also designed the movie titles for Jimmy Carter: Man From Plains and It Might Get Loud. Currently, he is the creative director at Poetica and directing the music documentary Riot on the Dance Floor.