Past Experience for Future Success

We at Molten Blot Productions believe that every job requires the experience and finesse gleaned from past challenges. Our commitment to editorial coverage, technological advancements, collaborative teamwork, and the artistry of visual storytelling is what goes into a successful production. We are here to help clients move business.

The Team


FloExecutive Producer
Flo is the spiritual guide and Executive Producer in the direction of client marketing. She has had an extensive career as an image consultant and has become a necessary part of the team. She not only makes things move but also makes them come to life.

This is the essence of manifesting creative unique beauty and visuals by being the collaborator and guide between people, places and things.

Stephen Kenneston

Stephen Kenneston
Stephen KennestonPhotographer & Director/Cinematographer
Influence through imagery is JUXTAPOSED CONFLICTS in lighting, emotion, expression or composition to make it interesting for a story to be captivating.

Kenneston has built on this insight from his prior agency experience to having worked with some of the industry greats, from Herb Ritts to Rolf Kestermann, giving him an advantage to be dynamic in his visual voice.

Kenneston has the technical experience with over 15 years behind the lens to create dynamic images. His diverse abilities come from deep-rooted insight in the creative process giving him the tools from logistics to lighting. This allows him to paint more freely, verse confined in purview, to capture a unique direction.

Steven Wilson

Steven Wilson
Steven WilsonCreative Director
Steven Wilson is a seasoned creative director with extensive agency and production experience. He started his career in New York as an ad copywriter for such major brands as Toyota, Wendy’s, General Mills, and RC Cola before heading to LA, where he turned his attention to entertainment, heading up promo campaigns for Warner Bros., Fox, Paramount, and MGM.

Steven earned his BA at Princeton University, then moved on to Harvard Business School and the School of Visual Arts.