Kevin enjoys humorous and theatrical works. He is a fan of the great absurdist comedic writers like Samuel Beckett, Eugene Ionesco, and Edward Albee. He also enjoys using simple and colloquial language to speak to a broader audience.
While these styles of writing may seem tangential to advertising or corporate copy, they include a sense of energy, urgency, and savoir-faire that are no-doubt essential to many industries, especially on the web.
Writing, Film & Theater, Acting, Gardening, Travel, Languages, Finance and Real Estate, Food, His Family
Kevin completed his undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences in 2000. Concentrations included: Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Environmental Sciences.
While at Binghamton, he minored in French and spent a semester at the UniversitÃƒÂ© Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV).
While at Binghamton, he was also active in theater and was the coach of the competitive Speech Team
Kevin is a classically trained actor, and received his degree from ACT in 2008.
While at ACT, he further developed his own writing and branched out into other forms such as stand-up comedy and music.
While working at this Brooklyn start-up, Kevin wrote copy and edited content in a consistent voice throughout company web pages, translated--from a non-native English speaker--content into contemporary American English, and developed distinct Wordpress.org sites with various voices geared towards target markets.
While working for a nationally known non-profit in New York City, Kevin wrote journalistic pieces in addition to his typical web development duties.
Kevin has been writing and performing original comedy for over 4 years. Based in Brooklyn, New York, he currently has over 900 Twitter followers.
Kevin recently wrote, edited, and published an original Off- Broadway production titled, 'Turtleback High.'
Kevin has helped in the development of websites for small business-to-business start-ups and large non-profit organizations.