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# Kevin lives in Tunbridge Wells, UK and works Globally from there.
After college, he worked in the DES laboratories developing physics and electronics experiments, which included running courses for teachers. This was at Ivy Farm in Knockholt - an old secret communications post during the war.
# In 1977 Kevin joined the Natural History Museum in London and eventually ran a small team which grew to 10 people, developing Audio-Visual technology and exhibits and well as media shows - slide, video and multimedia computer based games. The Special Effects Section worked closely with internal Museum designers at the cutting edge of exhibition design and technology.
# In 1987 Kevin joined Electrosonic as a product manager, and he went on to form the Leisure Division - working on Entertainment and Cultural projects literally around the World. With some success, this model was replicated in the US and beyond making Entertainment an important part of the business and Group. Kevin held many senior roles throughout his 20 years in the Group in Entertainment and business communications.
# In March 2008, Kevin joined Event Communications as Development Director. Event is one of Europes leading exhibition designers, and he took on a senior role working on Business Development and also responsibility for some key technology designs and project management.
# In June 2015, Kevin joined the Attraktion Group based in Vienna as VP of Sales.
# In August 2016, Kevin was delighted to join Kraftwerk Living Technologies as VP of Strategic Planning - a role that stretches across all activities of this high quality AV Systems Integration company, based in Wels Austria but with Global projects.
# Kevin is a past member of the TiLE (Trends in Leisure and Entertainment) conference committee, having chaired the conference in May 2000 . Kevin is also a past European & Middle East President for TEA - The organisation for Creators of Compelling Places and Experiences. He was also a founder member of TEA.
Unfortunately it had to go, but he used to own a rather special 308GTS modified to celebrate Mansells wins in Formula 1