Who is Kevin


Although Kevin is a skillful and dedicated attorney, his true passion is writing – in all forms. From screenplays, to blog posts, to white paper articles, Kevin loves putting pen to paper, and creating something from scratch. 

Currently, Kevin works as a professional freelance writer, as well as a contributing author to the following sites.







Kevin loves photography, and enjoys sharing his photos with the world. He also has a fantastic time performing stand-up comedy at venues throughout Southern California, including Flappers and the World Famous Comedy Store.

Several years ago, Kevin traded in his fast-paced courtroom life as a New York City litigation attorney for the more laid-back, outdoor lifestyle found in Southern California.

Kevin resides in Los Angeles with his lovely wife, adorable daughter and precious son.

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  1. Wow. To be followed by such a great talent is a huge compliment. By the bye, I sang, during my longish career as a saloon singer, at the Store before it was the Comedy Store, after it was Ciros. That is how old I am. ha ha.

    Thank you so much for liking my poetry. It has me stoked. There are over 200 poems on this blog and if you run out, go over to http://poetbuknowit.blogspot.com and there are another 400 or so there!

    Brent Kincaid, WordMusic.

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  2. Hi Kevin!

    Thank you for the follow 🙂

    I must say I’m inspired by your bio. I’m a business analyst, but creative writing is where my true passion lies.
    I recently ventured into the world of freelance writing. Any tips for balancing your professional work, your freelance work, and your own personal creative projects?

    Again, thanks for stopping by my blog and leading me to yours.

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    • Hi Nicole! Thanks for the kind words. That’s great you are pursuing your writing with such tenacity! My only advice would be to keep writing despite anything else going on in your life. Writing always seems to take a back seat, but if you really want it…you just have to keep pushing forward. It may cut into the time allotted for other things, but you have to make writing the priority. Looking forward to seeing your work!

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  3. Kevin,

    Thanks for stopping by. I am an engineer that always loved creative writing, a little artwork, music and humor. Three years ago I started some wildlife research and my blog. I thought it would be fun to “solve everything” using the “Theory of Everything”… It has taken me to “strange places” and to meet some wonderful people. I have a pretty diverse worldwide following on the blog.

    I like your photography. I am working with a producer in Santa Barbara, Harry Rabin, looking at the causes of the diseased coral reef/marine life in Kauai. That is my first exposure to the TV/Movie world. My research will be the basis of the pilot episode if it gets picked up by a network.


    In the end, I just want to help make this place a better world for our children and identify what I think are some problems and solutions. I am not sure where it will all lead but the journey is the reward.

    Thanks again for stopping by. I know some mothers with sick kids around a radar test station in New York looking for help if you have any ideas…

    Thanks again for visiting.


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    • Hey Stewart, it’s a pleasure to meet you. I took a look around your blog, and you are doing some really interesting stuff. Best of luck with that show. That’s very cool. About that inquiry – send me an email and we can further discuss. Thanks for being a part of my blog!


  4. Kevin, thanks for following me. Writing is not a strong point of mine, but I am trying to get better. I am hoping to share my knowledge of User Experience design and Photography to those who will listen to me =) Look forward to reading some of your stuff. By the way.. I am in the process of putting my portfolio site through a Ux process and I could sure use a good opinion on the content when its done. I may hit you up if you don’t mind. Take care!

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  5. Just stopped by to say hello and thank you for following my blog. Always happy to see a ‘like’ from you on my scribblings. Your photography is wonderful.

    I hope you are making a mark with your lawyering, as well as your creative writing and photography. (Totally made up the word ‘lawyering’ which should already BE a word, I mean, it is the act of being a lawyer, right?)

    Anyway, all the best to you.

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  6. Thanks, Kevin, for droppin’ by and tastin’ of me poesy fare. I trust you found something there that fit your likes and makes you grin, for nothin’ makes my life worthwhile, like make readers pause and smile and think a bit.


    By the way . . . The Circada would make a fine screenplay! But, I’m a bit biased.

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  7. Wow, i simply enjoyed reading some of your posts here. Kevin , you have this beautiful way of communicating via your write ups, it’s just like we are chatting in person ,one on one. Great work there! Keep em comin!

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  8. Great photography and commentary here. I’m sure I’ve only skimmed the surface, but I will definitely come back for a deeper look. Thank you for stopping by and following my blog. Your interest is much appreciated!

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  9. Hi Kevin! Thanks for checking out my online home and giving it a follow – I appreciate it! It’s rare that I’ll find a fellow bloggin’ Californian who stops by 🙂 Looking forward to checking out your blog…

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  10. hey kevin, thanks for reading and following. you are quite a renaissance man – though law, comedy and words all closely blend together. i used to work in the advertising world, but now teach kindergarten and write, also closely aligned. i look forward to reading more – best, beth

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    • Thanks Beth! I appreciate the follow. Yeah, I am trying my best to do it all. It is impossible to stifle the creativity in your soul without stifling the rest of your life. So…I just let it out and roll with it. I enjoy your blog. Looking forward to reading your thoughts. Happy New Year. – Kevin

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  11. We’re all in it together! Great that you have committed to writing stuff that’s just for your fulfillment. Best way to get closer to your best work. And to just have a life worth living! Hope 2015 is outstanding for you and finds you productive and happy in it.

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    • Thank you Kathryn! I totally agree – you must find your own voice, and go with it. Always striving to grow and lean more about yourself and the world in which we live. Happy New Year!


  12. Hi Kevin, how are you and your family doing? I hope you are well. Still appreciate it so much you guys were showing up at Pasadena. Wish you a wonderful Christmas with your little sweetheart and please say Hi to your lovely wife.

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    • Hi Erika! We are all doing very well. We are heading to Palm Springs for the Holidays. Looking forward to a nice, relaxing time. It was our pleasure to visit with you and your husband in Pasadena. My wife is currently reading your book! Thanks for the holiday wishes. I hope you and your family have a great Christmas, and that 2015 brings you much peace, love and happiness.

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  13. Hey! So glad you dropped in on me so I could follow the breadcrumbs back here to all this greatness! Wow. Just wow. I share the screenplay passion, btw. You’re sure living life in surround sound and technicolor and yes, fully aware those terms have long been replaced but I like em. ;-). Looking forward to following you.

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    • Hi Lesley-Anne, you’re welcome! I found you through Reader. No, I have not posted any poems here. I am contemplating starting a new blog with poetry. Thanks for stopping by, and I really hope you enjoy my blog. Please stop by again. Have a great day!

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  14. Hey Kevin- Glad to see you’re still “living the dream” out there. Let us know when you’ll be doing stand-up back here in the Big Apple…or doing a guest stint on “Louie”… or pitching a new book on “The Colbert Show”…see I just gave you a bunch of ideas of where to go next. 15%, please. ha ha ha ha!


  15. Growing up Kevin always had a vivid imagination.I am so glad to see he is taking the time to pursue a dream of writing that will take him (and all of us who delight in reading his thoughts) to other places. Hopefully he will instill in each of us the need to express ourselves, even with the most mundane of topics. Life is a journey of many different phases and to be able to document them with words is definitely a most wonderful gift. Enjoyment can come from different sources and each of us must learn to accept viewpoints and understand, while they may not change ours, we are individuals with the God given ability to share and express our inner thoughts if we so choose. I sincerely hope your blog is a positive forum from which to do just that, and that all who contribute or just want to read will thoroughly enjoy the experience.

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  16. Hey Kevin — great stuff man. Agree with so many things that you write — nothing better than being able to just be who you want to be. I am not a fan of the ‘stiffs’ out there who seems to take up way too high of a percentage of the population. Good stuff, I concur.

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    • That’s great to hear! I’m going to check out some of your poetry. I used to write tons of poetry in college but I have gotten away from it due to other obligations. But when I do get the chance to write a poem, it’s a cathartic experience for sure!


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