Kevin was born and raised on Cape Cod and returned to the East Coast in 2004 after years of working out of his self-established glass art studio in Western Montana.
He has studied under a number of world famous glassblowers at renowned institutions such as The Studio at the Corning Museum of Glass and The Pittsburgh Glass Center. His art is very reflective of the experience he gained at Corning, learning techniques in flame-working vessels.
Kevin feels he is most influenced by the time he spent studying under Cesare Toffolo, a third generation Muranese glassblower who is considered to be one of the world’s finest technical flame-workers. Kevin’s variety of education and his own natural creative flair have developed into a distinctive style that is all his own. He has been focusing on encasing life-like flowers and creating abstract shapes with many of his pieces, as well as using unique designs and color combinations. He hopes to continue to grow as an artist through extensive experimentation, education, and exposure.