Kevin's VFX career started when he when he joined Lucasfilm's JAK Films as a pre-vis artist on Star Wars: Episode I at age 18. In the two decades following, Kevin has blazed a bright path, helming VFX at The Orphanage on features including Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, Night at the Museum, Superman Returns, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and Hellboy; supervising cutting-edge motion capture for features at Image Movers Digital; and co-founding Atomic Fiction in 2010, where the company's outstanding work on The Walk, Allied, and Flight garnered awards and recognition. Kevin's VFX Supervisor credits also include two Star Trek movies, two Transformers features and, most recently, Welcome to Marwen - another title in his long collaboration with Director Robert Zemeckis. He joined Method with the acquisition of Atomic Fiction by Deluxe. Kevin is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences and founded cloud rendering technology company, Conductor Technologies.