Steven Paul Judd (Kiowa/Choctaw) is an award-winning contemporary visual artist and filmmaker. In 2008, Judd was selected for the Disney/ABC Writing Fellowship Program in Los Angeles. A member of the Writers Guild of America, Judd went on to serve as a staff writer for Disney XD’s comedy series “Zeke and Luther.” As a visual artist, Judd works across mediums—from canvases to Photoshop to sides of buildings. Judd’s innovative style has earned him a United States Artists Hatch Fellow in Media in 2016 and an Emmy nomination in 2017 and 2019. His Andy Warhol-like “War Paint” mural graces historic Indian Alley in downtown Los Angeles. Judd’s comedic fiction novel The Last Pow-Wow, co-written with Thomas Yeahpau, was published in 2016. Judd is a business partner of TheNTVS.com, a premium Native American streetwear clothing line. Based in Oklahoma City, Judd frequently travels for speaking engagements, and to teach workshops on stop-motion animation and mosaic painting at schools and universities across the country. in 2018 Judd was in development on a tv show with HBO and Judd’s podcast “That Could Be A Movie” is in development at American Public Media.