Steven Chorney is active/lives in California. Steven Chorney is known for illustrator-cinema art.
Biography Steven Chorney
Steven Chorney began his career in commercial art in 1972 as a designer and animator of television commercials without formal education in art.
In just a three-year period, between 1983-1986 Chorney created the final art for over 50 TV Guide ads for CBS and NBC television programs including, Dynasty, Miami Vice, Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer, T.J. Hooker, and Cagney and Lacey. In 1987 his work on the popular television series Designing Women won First Place in the Hollywood Reporter Key Art Award for television.
Chorney was frequently asked to develop the basic direction and design of the final concept, although others occasionally painted the final art (e.g., Who Framed Roger Rabbit? and The Name of the Rose). Chorney has w
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