Stephen Proctor

Stephen Proctor

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Stephen Proctor is a curator of visual worship who desires to see the Church’s eyes opened to the Beauty of the Unseen. His loves to illuminate sacred spaces with a fusion of art, liturgy & projection technology. (If that’s too confusing and abstract to you, just think of him as worship leader but with a projector & laptop instead of a guitar & a mic.)

His work has allowed him to collaborate with authors & artists such as GUNGOR, All Sons & Daughters, The Brilliance, Glenn Packiam, Paul Baloche, Ann Voskamp, Travis Cottrell, & Beth Moore… and once in a while, Edge Kingsland.

Though he feels at home in New Zealand, Stephen calls Nashville home.
There, he is a part of a collaborate community and studio space called WELD, as well as a new Anglican Parish called LUMINOUS.

One of Stephen’s latest creative expressions is a neoclassical collective called “The Radial Conservatory”, which he leads alongside Thad Kopec & a handful of other musical artists.

To see some his work, visit — a collection of articles, galleries and resources that reflect the heart of visual worship.
He also launched a new podcast called ALT, which explores the intersections of art, liturgy & technology.