Toddy Stewart started his image-making career as a television cameraman in San Francisco. After moving to New York to attend photo graduate school, he found himself drawn to the conceptual rhythms of the edit room and for 15 years dedicated himself to the creative crafts of post production. But the call of the camera would become insistent once again and he now finds himself filling in many roles as a director, editor, cinematographer and creative monkey wrench.
In 2015 he won an Emmy for his multi-purpose role in ESPN’s FIFA World Cup promotional campaign, a project that would also garner a Clio in commercial filmmaking. In 2016 he was nominated for a Webby in Best Editing for his work with Christopher Anderson on Nike’s Copa America promotional campaign. His short film The Surf Magazines Don’t Talk About Lapsed Catholics has garnered wide acclaim and a few awards itself.
Toddy maintains a personal website called Works On Digital Paper.