Kevin is excited to be teaching a medley of Art, History, and English here at Fusion Marin. He is an artist who focuses on social issues in his own work, and has developed a teaching practice that is very much informed by these interests. Born and raised in Northen New Jersey, Kevin has been living in and enjoying the Bay Area for 3 years now. He moved to the Bay from Washington D.C., where he spent two years at the George Washington University.
Kevin finished his degree at the San Francisco Art Institute, with a BFA in Sculpture. He spent his prior time at George Washington studying Art History and International Affairs, but slowly fell in love with making art himself. He is currently working to continue his practice in the Bay Area, and will likely continue his studies at the Graduate level. Kevin has a range of different experiences in childhood education—in D.C., he worked with the Smithsonian American Art Museum in a program designed to help youth ages 8-12 engage with the museum’s collection through hands-on activities. As an advocate of alternative education, he is happy to be working in a one-on-one setting at Fusion in a manner that allows a direct focus on individual students’ needs.
In his spare time, Kevin maintains a studio practice as well as an active role in the Bay Area arts community. He is happy to be teaching and getting to know Marin County, and enjoys hikes and appreciating the wonderful natural scenery the area has to offer. Having spent time as a messenger in San Francisco, he loves biking, and is always looking to make time for it when he can.