After graduating from the University of Southern California, Steve Hoefer began his career working for the Universal Studios Hollywood theme park before landing jobs on several sitcoms. He served as production assistant on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," then stage manager for "Boy Meets World," which led to his directing an episode of the latter's 2000 season. Hoefer subsequently helmed several episodes of "The Amanda Show," "All That," "Drake & Josh," and other shows produced by Nickelodeon and created by Dan Schneider. His lengthiest credits have been on such Schneider series as "All That," for which he directed over 30 episodes (and served as associate director for another 11), "Zoey 101," and "iCarly." In addition, his work behind the camera includes acting as stage manager on "The Amanda Show," "So Little Time," and "All That." He also directed the "All That 10th Anniversary Reunion Special," a television movie that aired in 2005. Along with developing new programming for television and film, Hoefner is involved in creating independent web-based content.