|Born||in Walnut Grove, California, USA|
|Birth Name||Gregory William Stechman|
|Height||6' 2" (1.88 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Motion picture Director/Writer and Novelist Greg William Stechman, whose influences include Pier Pasolini's "Salo", Wes Anderson's "Rushmore," as well as novelists such as David Sedaris and Stephen King, is a native Sacramentan and resides in Northern California. He is the owner Burning Grounds Motion Entertainment with filmmakers Lacie Oakley and Jon Rogers. Stechman graduated from CSU Sacramento in 2003 with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and Organizational Communication. During his years in college, Stechman worked extensively in multimedia, assisting New York Times Bestselling author Steve (MEG, The Loch) Alten in producing promotional films for his novels and developing his feature films. Stechman produced the short film "trans-pose" in 2003, and directed music videos for Sacramento bands Shortie ("Something Else") and Bonzai Empire ("Freworks") in 2004. During his senior year at CSU Sacramento State, Stechman wrote and directed the independent feature "Michael and Claire: A Portrait Of Love and Dreams". Stechman has just completed principal photography on the dramatic horror film "Threading Over Dark" and the film is currently in post production, the projected release date being late 2006. Stechman is currently adapting three of Bram Stoker Award Finalist Michael Laimo's novels "The Demonologist", "Deep In The Darkness", and "Atmosphere". He is preparing to shoot his second feature film in April-May 2006 in Northern California and is working on a fictional novel.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: www.burninggrounds.net
|Jennelyn Viray||(26 October 2007 - ?) ( divorced)|