Steve DavisonDir. Business DevelopmentBespoke Health Mediasdavison@bespokemg.com

I have had a varied career in aviation, corporate travel management, politics and music. I parlayed a brief career in the commercial airline industry into a management position at one of the largest travel agencies in the country. This position led to my involvement in presidential politics and charter aviation. I worked on multiple presidential campaigns from 1992 through the 2008 presidential campaigns. I have run my own small marketing firm since 2002 specializing in corporate communications, small to mid-size business marketing and public relations. I am also a professional musician. I tour nationally as solo guitarist.


A Little Q&A with Steve Davison

How did you get to Bespoke Media Group?

I became familiar with Bespoke Media Group as a client. I hired BMG to produce videos for two of my clients. I was so impressed with the work and the people that Rick and I starting talking about a role for me at Bespoke.

What's the best thing you've seen on the internet?

What a question! I could be a smart ass and ask for a definition of “best” and “seen” but I will cooperate and say that I was watching a YouTube segment of “The Concert for George” (Harrison) listening to “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” when Prince came out in the middle of the song to play a guitar solo…absolutely stunning.

What's a little known fact about you?

I get my nails done at a Vietnamese nail salon.

What movie or tv show do you most regret watching?

The Republican Presidential debates.

What has been your most embarrassing job?

Building trailer homes in Denton, TX.

What do you most love about what you currently do?

As a professional communicator, I love the act of creating a message or an idea and having it received in the manner I intended.

What device, gadget, or kitchen appliance could you absolutely not live without?

I could say iPhone but that is so cliched…I will say my digital guitar tuner.

If you could only write with one color for the rest of your days, what would it be?

Dark blue…almost indigo.