Kevin is a photographer and general dentist currently living on Guam. His primary interest lies in photographing the diversity of flora and fauna found in the tropical rainforests of Latin America, but also extends to the state and national parks of the United States, and most recently to Asia and the South Pacific islands.

Spending a year in Costa Rica working as a natural history guide at Arenal volcano, and as a camera assistant to a natural history filmmaker (Michael and Sara Herzog of Germany) inspired Kevin to explore nature photography more seriously. Since 1995, he has continued his travels in Central and South America, and the United States, adding to his portfolio.

Kevin uses 35mm Nikon camera bodies and lenses, Gitzo tripods, and Fuji and Kodak slide film to capture images with the greatest color saturation and detail possible in this format. Recently, Kevin has begun exploring the world of underwater photography. All underwater photographs are taken with a Nikon D100 digital SLR, Nikon lenses, Subal housing and Sea & Sea strobes.

Kevin's hope is that his work will offer people a look at God's masterpieces of creation, producing a desire to preserve and protect what is left for future generations.