Kevin enjoys getting his hands dirty. He loves the creative process. He is always asking “why?” — this is where a story begins to take shape.
The foundation of his directing career is built upon a strong sense of narrative, taking a holistic approach to production that is always at service of the final product. He can often be seen operating his own camera — doing whatever it takes to get the shot. He prefers to shoot things organically, employing a heightened cinematic aesthetic to all his work.
The unifying theme of Kevin’s work is finding the beauty of the everyday, coupled with an emotional truth that he hopes connects with the viewer. It’s ultimately that connection that determines the success of his work.
The story of brands has always been a fascinating subject for Kevin, whether he’s crafting the narrative of a small paper mill in Lincoln, Nebraska, or the story of how a GM truck improves efficiency for a landscaping firm in Chicago. The finer point: Kevin loves his subjects — and that translates to the final product. A production is not just an opportunity to tell a story, it’s the beginning of a relationship.
Kevin’s work covers multiple genres — branded content, documentary, product, broadcast and corporate. He has created content for brands such as General Motors, Gillette, HP, Intel, Goldman Sachs, BMW, Windstream and American Express for agencies Kirschenbaum Bond Senecal, Red Peak, Leo Burnett, and Conde Nast. He has had the privilege of working with talented people all over the world — traveling to China, Singapore, India, the UK — and dozens of locations across the country. His recent work for Windstream’s Locally Crafted documentary series has received widespread acclaim in The New York Times, Little Black Book and MediaPost and his work for BMW and American Express has been featured in Advertising in the Digital Age, Curated by RG/A.