Kevin has worked in food service for over a decade, placing coffee, cooking, beer, and wine at the top of the list of things to which he can speak with authority. Creative writing is his strong suit, but anything can be creative, especially non-fiction and reviews. Kevin has a knack for understanding sports (Hockey being something he knows like the back of his own stick, and football being a close second). Kevin also happens to be a 25 year old parent, so while no one really wants parenting advice, Kevin could probably provide some.
Sports, Television, Movies, Music, Cooking, Coffee, Home Improvement, Photography
Kevin finished high school at a technical school, spending 4 hours a day learning the ins and outs of television production and live broadcasting. There was a strong emphasis on technical ability with different cameras and software. In his time at the school, Kevin also wrote several shorts that were produced by the class, as well as one full-length movie script.
Kevin has a passion for creative writing, and loves to be behind a camera. The standard college experience didn't speak to Kevin as he thought it would, with the past 4 years of his education already leaning heavily on the operation of cameras and equipment and use of video editing software, so he decided to do something to improve the storytelling side of his passion. That next summer, Kevin dropped out and moved across the country to try to find a story.
Kevin has played hockey for 21 years and watches football and hockey just enough to still have a wife.
Humor comes easy to those that are funny. Combining humor and sports is one of Kevin's favorite activities.
Scriptwriting has always been a passion of Kevin's. Heres a sample of what he imagines it would look like if Tracy Jordan was on Fawlty Towers with John Cleese.
Experience is key in a blog, and Kevin loves to add his voice to a story. Blogging is a natural way to add voice to your own stories in a format that gives the writer near-instant access to feedback.