Kevin keeps productions on track via research and pre-production, facilitating production milestones and overall project supervision. With over 20 years of experience as producer, associate producer and researcher in non-fiction programming, his work has ranged from staff producer at National Geographic Television to project officer for the U.S. Department of State’s international journalist exchange.
Past credits for National Geographic include Growing Up at Ground Zero, Afghanistan: In the Line of Fire, Crocodiles of the Orinoco and The Ice Mummies. He has trained and traveled with TV journalists from nearly two-dozen countries via a continuing U.S. State Department co-operative program. Kevin has traveled extensively around the world, most recently along the length of the Mississippi River for a 3-part natural history series.
Dark secrets in Kevin’s past include a stint in a rock band in Washington, DC, a counselor at a halfway house for chronic mentally ill adults, and living in a household of five with just one bathroom – the perfect background for a career in reality television.
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
– African proverb