Human Factors Expert, Distracted Driving, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
Litigation Support
Steve's work provides many clues about why people willfully or unintentionally engage in risky behavior, how people can be reasonably expected to perform in critical situations, and how we might best design products, environments, warnings, and training to maximize safety.


Steve's work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The Times (London), Scientific American, Psychology Today, Jalopnik, New York Magazine, and many others.



Litigation Support
Steve has prepared reports and provided testimony in a variety of cases including motor vehicle crashes, airplane crashes, officer-involved shootings, slips and falls, and products liability, for both plaintiffs and defense attorneys. Experienced and widely published, Steve is often able to point out valuable human factors evidence that is frequently overlooked. In addition to his scientific expertise, Steve is an experienced driver, motorcyclist, bicyclist, and airplane and helicopter pilot and instructor.