Steven Paul Judd
Steven Paul Judd was born in Oklahoma, Judd is Kiowa and Choctaw. Judd graduated from Haskell Indian Nations University and attended Oklahoma University where he studied Communications and Native American Studies. He is a member of the Writers Guild of America & was a staff writer Disney XD comedy series "Zeke and Luther." Zeke and Luther launched in June 2009 with the highest-rated primetime debut among kid demos in the 10-year history of the channels. His episode "A very hairy problem" premired on January 25th 2010. Judd was inspired to write and direct film to offset the stereotypical portrayal of American Indians he saw as a child. Judd has written and co-produced several projects including "Silent Thunder," a PBS documentary. Judd received the Story Teller of the Year Award from the Native Word Craft Writing Circle in 2005. "MAC v. PC with a Native Twist" garnered Judd a semifinalist position in NBC/Universal’s Comedy Short Cuts Diversity Film Festival in 2007 and inclusion in an installment at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. In 2008, Judd was one of 14 selected from 2,500 script submissions for the Disney/ABC Writing Fellowship Program a paid writing position with ABC/Disney. The Disney /ABC Writing Fellowship has become one of the industry’s best known and well respected writing programs with over 250 alumni among Hollywood’s elite, including screenwriters, directors and television showrunners. In 2009 Judd was nominated Distinguished Alumni for the University of Oklahoma and asked to speak at the University as part of the Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series. In 2009 Judd won the Creative Spirt Award and was allowed to direct his winning screenplay “Search for the World’s Best Indian Taco”, which recently Won "Best Narrative Short" at The 2011 Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) Indian Market. In the Classification X: A Moving Images Awards Category. In 2010 he co-wrote the movie “Shouting Secrets” staring Twilight Saga actors Gil Birmingham and Chaske Spencer, as well as Qorianka Kilcher (The New World), Tantoo Cardinal, Rodney A. Grant, and General Hospital’s Tyler Christopher. His works can be viewed in both public and private collections across the United States.

He makes art "for Indians to have, and that gets white people to think." His name: Steven Paul Judd. He's Kiowa and Choctaw, and a celebrated artist. Judd is also a filmmaker. His yet-to-be-released short film, Ronnie BoDean, stars veteran actor Wes Studi as the "worst babysitter ever." Sponsored by IAIA & The Smithsonian Film Institute, Judd's film debuted at the New Mexico History Museum August 2015. Judd is represented exclusively in Santa Fe, NM. Contact us directly for availability of artwork at 505.820.0788 or

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