Born in Chicago in 1983 and raised in Marietta, Ga., on screen images have always been a part of Kevin’s life, ever since he was old enough to hold a camcorder and make short films with his brother, Jeff.  An advanced degree in Entertainment Technology followed at Atlanta’s Chattahoochee Technical College, where he focused on a wide array of disciplines including production, editing and graphic design/2D animation. Kevin leant his talents to many projects, including his work with Special Olympics Georgia (SOGA).  In 2005, Kevin and his team won the Southeastern Regional Emmy for their coverage of the SOGA Summer Games.


After college his work shifted to include projects involving a motor sport called “drifting,” a subjectively judged competition in which two cars slide sideways around a course in a high energy automotive ballet, while the trailing car tries to mimic the lead vehicles every movement. He teamed up with a local speed shop, Batlground Engineering, as well as Wrecked Magazine, to produce a variety of products between the two companies including DVD’s, t-shirt designs, video podcasts and an online publication.


He came to Millenia 3 shortly after graduation as a video editor.  The unique needs of Millenia 3 put Kevin in a position of creating and executing advanced workflows including digital distribution and ingest platforms.  In 2012, Kevin played a definitive role in the design and implementation of all technological systems at Millenia 3’s newest facility in Kennesaw, Georgia. His superior skill set, knowledge, and dedication continue to be a strong asset for all of the clients of Millenia 3.

In addition to his role at Millenia 3, Kevin has pursued two new avenues in life. He is currently volunteering for Cherokee County Georgia’s Search and Rescue team. This experience has given him confidence under pressure and new skills for the task at hand as well as life. The second pursuit has taken Kevin outdoors, off-road, and across the country in a pass-time called overlanding. He, with 5 other friends have created Peach State Overland, a small group of adventurers that enjoy traveling and pushing the limits of their 4×4 trucks while sharing their captured journeys via social media.



June 2005 – Southeastern Regional Emmy for “Special Olympics Georgia”. A promotional piece commissioned by SOGA for use to promote fundraising for the games.


April 2005 – Broadcast Educators Award for “Special Olympics Georgia”. The award was presented at the BEA Media Festival during NAB 2005 in Las Vegas.