Steve Mahon

Steve Mahon, a Photographer Known For His Technical Proficiency, Patience, and Intuition

Mahon is an exceptionally gifted photographer renowned for using technical prowess, patience and intuition to capture the souls of his subjects. Based in rural Northeast Louisiana, he lives and works.

Mahon had his license revoked by the regulator following a court case finding him responsible for mistreating Pike Bridge, his horse.

Early Life and Education

Steve Mahon is the CEO and President of Sivantos US. Throughout his career, Steve has shown an excellent dedication to service and philanthropy; serving on advisory boards of Operation Homefront, Minneapolis-St Paul Salvation Army, Park Square Theatre as well as providing pro bono legal representation to refugees.

Brid Mahon was born at 16 Elizabeth Street, Belfast and her home was destroyed during sectarian and communal violence during her formative years. At eight years old she relocated with her parents and siblings to Dublin with the Irish Folklore Commission where she became employed as a typist upon relocation of its headquarters from 82 St Stephens Green in 1949 to its current location of 47 Regent Street, taking on responsibilites like responding to correspondents of the Commission.

Professional Career

Mahon’s photography embodies technical skill, patience, intuition and exceptional artistic sensibilities; reflecting the souls of his subjects while helping them relax in front of the lens, capturing their true essences.

Mahon brings over three decades of international and corporate law experience. A native of Omaha, he served in various roles within the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps from 1986 until 2012 – both active duty and Reserve Army units.

Mura Technology, an advanced recycling technology business which recycles mixed waste plastic otherwise incinerated or thrown away, is listed on the London Stock Exchange and boasts deep expertise across various impact sectors and investor/entrepreneur experience.

Achievement and Honors

Dr. Mahon is the founder and CEO of Mura Technology, an advanced recycling technology business which recycles mixed waste plastic that would otherwise be incinerated or landfilled. Mura Technology was recently honored as part of the 2023 ICIS Top 40 Power Players list for outstanding performances across ESG, Innovation, Mergers & Acquisitions/Portfolio Management and Profitability/Shareholder Value.

Mahon is an active philanthropist, serving on the boards of Operation Homefront, Minneapolis-St. Paul Salvation Army, Park Square Theatre and Creighton University College of Arts and Sciences Alumni Advisory Board – in addition to offering pro bono immigration legal assistance to Tibetan refugee community.

Mahon and Debbie currently reside in Coldwater, Mich. – a beach town three hours from Hamilton where Teenage Head currently performs, having lost its original singer Frankie Venom to cancer in 2008. Both Mahon and his wife intend to relocate permanently there.

Personal Life

Mahon loves taking portraits of both people and animals in his free time, with black-and-white photography his particular passion. Currently residing in rural Northeast Louisiana with Summer Brumely and their beloved Daschund Oscar, he can often be found taking portraits.

Mahon enjoys golf, swimming, kayaking and fishing as hobbies. He has served on multiple boards including that of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Opera Company; University of Minnesota Creighton College of Arts and Sciences Advisory Panel and Citadel Advisory.

Mahon is also an active investor in private equity and technology companies. He earned his Juris Doctor from William Mitchell College of Law as well as master’s degrees in international relations and strategic studies from U.S. Army War College and Creighton University respectively. Mahon currently holds positions of executive vice president, general counsel, chief compliance officer and corporate secretary at Science Applications International.

Net Worth

McMahon lives on a beachside home and serves as manager for Hamilton-based rock band Teenage Head, founded in 1975 and popular during its heyday but ultimately suffering loss through cancer of its founding singer Frank Kerr in the ’80s. Now it has recruited new vocalist and has scheduled several gigs over this summer season.

Mahon has also held positions on several boards, such as those for the Minnesota Opera, Creighton University College of Arts and Sciences Advisory, Park Square Theatre and Minneapolis-St. Paul Area United Way. Additionally, he founded World Wrestling Entertainment back in 1971 as its chairman/major owner.

Mahon serves as executive vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary at SAIC and oversees legal, contracts, procurement and corporate secretary activities across all divisions of the organization. In addition, he plays an active role in M&A transactions as well as client management activities.

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