Born into a wealthy family, Steven ignored calls from his parents to go into the family business. His parents ran a very successful law firm called Isaacs and Isaacs, mainly dealing with corporate law. Steven's relationship with his parents was always very strained due to them working so much. Was very close to his grandfather who would tell him stories of the places his went when he was younger. This then developed a keen interest archaeology and history. By the age of 12 had dug up most of the grounds at the Isaacs summer house in Cambridge searching for 'buried treasure'. Steven got into trouble when he was 17 after getting very drunk which led him to break into the Natural History Museum in London and was found fast asleep in the Iguanodon exhibition. Was only given a police caution after the museum received a sizable donation from his parents and Steven offering to work in the museum for free until he went to university. Although Steven's family is extremely wealthy, he choses to ignore material things only using his personal wealth to further his experience in archaeology.
Gained a Bachelor Degree in Anthropology (inc. archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology), later gaining a PHD in Archaeology from the Institute of Archaeology at University College London (UCL). Travelled to multiple countries for dig sites to continue gaining 'field experience'. At the age of 32 came back to England to began teaching Anthropology at UCL and at the age of 36 was given the title of Professor (one of the youngest professors in UCL's history, although he prefers to be called Isaacs). Decided to go back in the field at 37 excavating at a dig site in Trabzon in Turkey. Currently in Chernarus.
Came to Chernarus from Trabzon in Turkey after finishing a excavation there.
Based at Dubky Bed Station, paid for a 3 month stay in advance. Was camping at one of the dig sites (Black Mountain Ruins), but current location is now unknown.
Original assignment in Chernarus - excavating at Devil's Castle ruins, Rog Ruins and Black Mountain Ruins.