Steven Starks is the CEO and founder of Starks Films, LLC, a global film company that focuses on telling unique stories through captivating visuals and high-quality cinematography. Steven has a diverse portfolio having worked on feature films such as The Hunger Games, and the Own Network’s “Green Leaf.” Further, he has worked with many mainstream artists including Donell Jones, Lloyd, Ludacris, Daley, and Emily King. Steven is often sought after to help non-profit organizations capture their philanthropic efforts. He has produced content for the Ludacris Foundation, Keisha Knight Pulliam’s Camp Kizzy, Usher’s New Look Foundation and Cee-Lo’s Green House Foundation. He is also the creator and director of the 80’s HBCU Music Video that went viral and was featured on sites such as Watch the Yard and HBCU Buzz. Steven is also a Mass Media Arts Professor at Clark Atlanta University teaching in the Mass Media Department. As a graduate of Shaw University, he frequently visits his alma mater to mentor Mass Communication students and encourage them to pursue their dreams. Lastly, he also has a Master’s in Film and Television from Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) and he currently resides in Atlanta, GA.