Kevin's great passions in the realm of documentary film are twofold: first is the making of films that promote wonder, understanding, and an engaged love for humankind and Earth. Second is the teaching of the technical, cognitive, intuitive and creative techniques and processes that are necessary for the making of moving, effective and award-winning documentary films. For Kevin, empowering future generations of inspired and skilled filmmakers is an honor and a calling.
Kevin’s media career over the past 35 years has included staff positions as a filmmaker for National Geographic Television and the National Park Service; a fascinating and soul-challenging period directing and shooting national and regional television commercials; freelance documentary filmmaking; creating and directing a graduate level film course track at Naropa University-West; being a guest lecturer at UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, the University of Colorado - Boulder, and JFK University. Kevin has also given filmmaking workshops around the country at various venues including the Omega Institute and the famed Maine Media Workshops.