Kevin graduated with honors as a photojournalist from Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University in 1996, then was a staff photographer at the Kokomo Tribune (Indiana) and The (Durham) Herald-Sun with a focus on sports and event photography. In 2008, he went full-time as an independent photographer in North Carolina, working mostly in the Triangle and the Southport-Oak Island-Bald Head Island area.
As a day job, Kevin primarily does family, event, and commercial photography and enjoys it immensely. He says that he “enjoys nature photography and artsy stuff, the stuff that motivated me to become a photographer way back in middle school, when I have the chance to get down to Oak Island with my folks.”
Whether you are a visitor, newcomer, or native of Oak Island, Discovering Oak Island: Camera-in-Hand will make you love her more and want to know her better. In addition to being an overview of Oak Island’s varied offerings, this book provides a practical visual guide for visitors, a beautiful memory book for residents, and an illustrated guide for amateur photographers who seek to produce great images rather than typical vacation snapshots.
Appreciate changing landscapes
Study the fascinations of nature
Watch the miracle of changing light
Learn to make rather than take pictures
Walk suggested island photo routes
Create memorable vacation experiences
Have fun with photography