Visual Brand architect
Kevin’s design roots can be traced back to Cooke Elementary School in Detroit, MI where he would design program covers and event posters for plays and concerts. Kevin received his education through Redford High School as a drafting student and Eastern Michigan University, where he majored in Communication Technology and Graphic Design.
With over 15 years of graphic design and brand development experience, Kevin has amassed an expansive client portfolio with an emphasis on small business development, higher education, non-profit organizations. He is also a sought after speaker on topics ranging from personal branding, organizational branding, entrepreneurship, and strategic marketing.
Kevin has been honored in Who’s Who in Black Detroit, as well as the recipient of the Earl Whitfield Design Award from the Association of College Unions International.
He is a member of AIGA, American Marketing Association, National Black Public Relations Society, 100 Black Men of Chicago, and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
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