A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and a recipient of an MFA in directing from the prestigious American Film Institute, Kevin has worked in film and television for the past fifteen years. From editing to producing, to sound, to cinematography, Kevin has been involved in programming that has appeared on PBS, Discovery, MTV, ABC, VH1, Animal Planet and a host of other networks. He has worked in editorial on the Emmy-nominated Whale Wars as well as on the Oscar-nominated documentary feature "Daughter of Danang".
In 2006 Kevin founded the multi-media production company Fairtrade Films which has since produced music videos, created video game installations for Disney/Epcot Center, wrote the best-selling video games, "Ratchet and Clank: Tools of Destruction" and "Dirt 3", and authored the acclaimed graphic novel, "Vendor". In addition, Fairtrade Films has set-up fiction shows with Landscape Entertainment, Fremantle Entertainment and Kaplan Entertainment.
Fairtrade saw the release of their first produced feature, "The Dynamiter" which had its world premiere at the esteemed 2011 Berlin Film Festival and its North American premiere at the 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival, and was nominated for Best Feature Under 500k and Cinematography at the 2012 Independent Spirit Awards.
Kevin is currently co-founder and President of Alpine Labs, a full service multimedia production company based in Los Angeles.