Contact Information

  • Company: Pixel Analysis, LLC
  • Phone: 203-445-6135
  • Cell: 203-610-7241
  • Website: pixelanalysis.com/
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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties: Video and Photography & Imaging

Specialty Focus: Forensic Video Analysis, Image Clarification, Security Video, Surveillance Video, Cell Phone Video, Photogrammetry, Reverse Projection, Video Production, Day in the Life Video, Drone Video & Drone Photography, Digital Media, 3D Representation & 3D Graphics

Education: BARCH, Pratt Institute; CVFT, LEVA

Years in Practice: 24+

Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 6+


Additional Information

Steve Kline has worked as a video and digital media professional since 1994, dealing with encoding, audio and video engineering, production, multimedia and 2D/3D graphics. This has laid a strong foundation to work in Video and Audio Forensics. Steve began aiding police, lawyers, and private security firms in 1996 - adding video expertise in armed robbery, hit and run, and homicide cases. In 2007 Steve worked CT's last Death Penalty case which started a long working relationship with the CT State Attorney's Office. Since 2007, Steve has worked over well over a dozen homicide cases, processing video for both investigations and prosecutions. Through this work, he gained respect from both sides of the case, being hired by defense attorneys for some of their subsequent cases. Steve prides himself on finding hidden information that many overlook. This often stems for precise processing for image enhancements to gain the best quality, while maintaining the integrity and authenticity of the image. To expand his knowledge and capabilities in Video Forensics, Steve has immersed himself continuing education. He is LEVA certified and constantly learning new tools and techniques. Additionally, Steve has over 30 years experience in Martial Arts and is a certified Master Instructor of Tang Soo Do. As an instructor, competitor and judge, Steve has experience in Confrontational Analysis which helps elicit detail and information about the actions observed in video. Though not trained in Use of Force work. He offers experience and insights that go beyond the average viewer. This has proven helpful in assault cases captured on video which don't require Use of Force investigations. Steve is an effective expert on video technologies. He has a proven history of communicating highly technical and complex concepts in plain English for the judge and jury to understand.