Born and raised on the South side of Chicago. Attended Columbia College Chicago's film program Winter '01 - Winter '06. While attending film school also pursued a double major in Photography. Immediately went to work at film school defining his craft and developing a signature look. In 2006 with fellow filmmakers started a production company Beverly Ridge Pictures to facilitate an independent short project endorsed by Columbia College called "The Small Assassin." The film based on a Ray Bradbury short story was awarded a Student ASC Award at the 2007 ASC awards. In his senior year he earned an internship with Phedon Pappamicheal on the Feature Film "3:10 to Yuma." Upon returning from the internship, Along with fellow filmmakers began to develop a feature film of their own. In Late 2007 principal photography began on "Chicago Overcoat" a modern day gangster film starring Frank Vincent, Armand Assante, Mike Starr and Stacey Keach. After a very successful festival run including a Best Cinematography award at the Midwest Film Awards 2010 was picked up by the Showtime Channel as well as worldwide DVD distribution. He was recently nominated for 2011 ASC Award for Outstanding Cinematography in a TV Movie or Mini-Series for "Chicago Overcoat."
Kevin has filmed numerous commercials and music videos, including an Emmy award winning "Click it or Ticket" PSA series for the Illinois Department of Transportation. Also a confident still photographer, spent the 2011 summer photographing Josh Radnor's new feature "Liberal Arts" starring Elizabeth Olsen and Richard Jenkins. He currently lives in both Chicago & Los Angeles working as a professional director of photography.