Kevin trained at the Central Saint Martins School of Art in London and has worked extensively as a set and costume designer in the United Kingdom and abroad.
He has worked at most of Britains leading repertory theatres and on numerous West-End productions. He has designed premieres of plays and musicals that have toured throughout Europe and America where productions have gained international recognition and won numerous awards.
As an international opera designer he has work for many of the worlds leading opera companies, credits include:The Tzars Bride, (Royal Opera House) Rusalka (Oslo & Japan), Marriage of Figaro (Oslo) Lulu, Die Frau Ohne Schatten (Lyric Opera of Chicago), Tosca and Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (Canadian Opera Company: Toronto), Schwanda the Bagpiper (Augsburg), Rita (Royal Opera House), La Boheme and Albert Herring (Santa Fe Opera), Pastorale (World Premier: Staatstheater Stuttgart), Tannhauser (La Scala, Milano), Il Trovatore (Bologna/Japan/Bilbao), Il Lombardi (Firenze), I Capuletie e i Montecchi (Spoletto Opera Festival, USA). The Miserly Knight/The Floretine Tragedy (Teatro San Carlos, Lisboa), Les Contes D’Hoffmann, Summer and Smoke, The Rape of Lucretia (Central City Opera Festival, Denver USA), Death in Venice (Chicago Opera Theatre, USA), Die Drei Pintos and Mirandolina (Wexford Opera Festival and Lugo Opera Festival, Italia), La Finta Gardiniera (Garsington Opera Festival), Daphne and Ariadne auf Naxos (Teatro la Fenice, Venezia and Vlaamse Opera, Antwerpen), Koningskinder (Teatro San Carlo, Napoli) (Winner of the Premio Abbiati), Sweeney Todd and Don Giovanni (Opera North).
His recent theatre work includes designing a production of the Importance of Being Earnest in London. He directed and designed the World Premier of Naomi Wallace’s stage adaptation of Birdy for the West-End and American productions (Winner Barrymore Award for outstanding contribution to stage design) and the Truman Capote Talk Show (Winner Edinburgh Fringe First Award) also produced in London, Off Broadway and on a European tour: British Premiers of the plays Oktoberfest and Webster in London.