Producer Stephen Pullin is a production executive with a broad range of experience creating and producing all forms of television programming and interactive production. He is currently Producing and Directing PINKS: Lose The Race, Lose Your Ride! The number one rated hit show on Speed Channel now in its third season.

Over the years he has accumulated over five hundred (500) multimedia, software, film and television production credits. A highly motivated and experienced project leader, he is well known for his innovative approach to projects, management skill and the ability to inspire and motivate teams of people around a common purpose. He has consistently demonstrated creative execution and an on-time-on-budget work ethic.

An accomplished producer, his production credits also include over 200 hours of broadcast television. His career began working on original Australian productions such as "The Sullivan's " (96 eps) "Bluey" (26 eps) and "The Screening Room, " (13 eps) He also created, produced and/or directed ground breaking specials such as "One To One" with Carole King and "branded entertainment" programs such as "Hollywood Gets MADD" with Siskel & Ebert, sponsored by General Motors. From 1992 until 2000 he focused on Internet and software business opportunities, then spent two years developing branded entertainment projects with The Phelps Group, an integrated marketing communications agency in Santa Monica. Over the years he has worked directly with major corporate clients, producing image and product launch films for such clients as Roland, IBM, Baxter, Thomas Brothers and Chrysler. He has also created and delivered a wide range of multimedia and Internet projects for a number of significant clients such as Pedigree and Time Warner.

Stephen is a native of Australia and world class athlete who came to the United States on a Track & Field scholarship. He holds a Bachelor of Science, University of Texas, Austin, Film School and a Fine Arts Degree, Preston Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. He lives in Pacific Palisades, California with his wife and son.

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