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Kevin grew up in a family that gardened, hunted, fished, and foraged - eating primarily moose meat as a kid had something to do with the need to explore the wild further. Travel in Europe inspired a life-long journey exploring the French notion of 'cuisine du terroir' in Canada.


Kevin has a bilingual [french] high school diploma, and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Alberta. Majoring in finance, with electives in music theory and geography/geology. He has long shed his Certified Financial Planner designation since entering the world of film making. 


This is where Kevin's career started, and since he's produced a large volume of work in the agriculture industry, having freelanced for the Alberta Pulse Growers, the Canadian Cattlemen's Association, Alberta Milk, Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development, Slow Food in Canada, and others. For a variety of international projects, Kevin has filmed tea plantations in China, taro in Japan [and Hawaii], banana in Colombia, sheep in Ireland, and biodynamic market gardens in Norway. He's pointed cameras on tiny organic farms, gigantic conventional farms, and everything in between.


Kevin's been on two legs of the international culinary project 'Cook It Raw', both in Canada and Norway. He also has filmed for 'Food On The Edge', an international culinary symposium in Ireland. Both projects focus on industry development by bringing together internationally renowned chefs to collaborate, share, and grow. 

Kevin is creator of James Beard nominated original series 'From The Wild', and co-creator of 'Wild Harvest' with partners Les Stroud (Survivorman) and chef Paul Rogalski (Rouge, Calgary). He's responsible for picture, sound, and score on both projects.

Kevin works often with tourism organizations in his home province, but has also filmed culinary in BC, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. 


Kevin regularly does film work in non-food genres, freelancing for tourism, parks, post secondary, government, etc. 


Notable awards include a James Beard Award nomination for Season 3 of 'From The Wild' in the category 'best web series on location, followed up by a second nomination in 2019 in 'visual and technical excellence' along side CNN's Parts Unknown and Netflix's Chef's Table. He's won a 'People's Choice Award' at EIFF for his documentary 'Springhammer', and a runner up award at the Devour! Food Film Festival in the short documentary category for his provocative abattoir film 'Kill Day'. Among other accolades, he's been Avenue Magazine's Top 40 Under 40, Western Living Magazine's Foodie of the Year, won 'best seasonal/local' in the Canadian Food Blog Awards, and 'The Perennial Plate' video competition. 


Kevin is asked to speak about story telling in the world of food and agriculture, wild food, and local food systems. Notable speaking engagements include the Terroir culinary symposium (Toronto), Food On The Edge (Ireland), Wine2Wine (Italy), FactualWest (Vancouver), Eat Alberta, University of Alberta, MacEwan University, NAIT culinary program, Northern Alberta Teachers' Conference, Agriculture Services Board Conference, Edmonton Next Gen, Edmonton Public Library, Calgary Horticultural Society, and others.  

Kevin regularly leads foraging and field cookery workshops, including teaching field cookery at the Global Bushcraft Symposium.


Kevin's been featured in the Edmonton Journal, Globe & Mail, Calgary Herald,, CBC radio, CHED, Vue Weekly, CTV, CTV2 Alberta Primetime, BTV Edmonton, and Global News. From the Wild has received write ups in Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Sweden. 


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