Stephen Trombley is an American author, filmmaker and musician. He is president of the independent film and television production company Worldview Pictures.
Stephen Trombley is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker and best-selling author who began writing songs at 16 after seeing Townes van Zandt at Caffe Lena in Saratoga Springs, NY. He has a PhD in English from the University of Nottingham, and is the author of 16 books, translated in 17 languages.
He is founder of the London- and NY-based film company Worldview Pictures. He’s directed more than 20 films, and won an Emmy for his documentary on the Nuremberg trials.
He and Chris Sauer and Oliver Ray formed the band Psychoneedles in 1996, releasing a self-titled EP in 1997.
He moved to Nasvhille in the summer of 2012 where he’s written with Angela
Kaset, Fred Koller, Pam Belford and other hitmakers. He released his first solo CD “Tea For Three” in 2014, produced by Richard Adler. His lastest book is a philosophy miscellany, “Wise Words: The Philosophy of Everyday Life” published in London in January 2016.
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