CEO and Founder
After covering the White House for years I had the opportunity to shoot on the set of NBC's "The West Wing" (a dead ringer for the real thing). My first day, Martin Sheen, who played President Bartlet, invited me to go grab a sandwich. He then made me eat my tuna salad in the "Oval Office," at the president's desk. What a sight! Martin quickly became my favorite president to photograph. We had a good laugh about it, seeing that in the 1,000 times I had visited the real Oval Office, if I had tried such a stunt I would have been tackled by the Secret Service.
Kevin’s job at Blue Pixel: As head of business development, Kevin is the digital visionary on the team, looking ahead at trends and new projects.
He got his start: Wanting to be Steven Spielberg … directing movies and telling stories. When I found out how boring it was, I switched to photojournalism and the daily craziness of newspapers. I was in my element in the political world of Washington, D.C., with a front row seat for almost 20 years with four sitting presidents and a bunch of Super Bowls.
Some favorite moments: I have been blessed to have shot pictures in 55 countries so far and over one million digital images since I started shooting digital in 1996 on the Bob Dole presidential campaign. I would rank Morocco, Vietnam, and New Zealand as my favorite places to have shot, but Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Tuscany, Italy hold very special places in my heart.
You may have seen him: As the photographer shooting a magazine story on the vice president during an episode of The West Wing.
Honors and Awards: Five-time president of the White House News Photographers Association, contract photographer for Discovery Channel, creator of the photojournalism department at the Corcoran School of Art and Design, Nikon Legend Behind the Lens and Lexar Pro Elite Photographer.