Works produced and edited by Kevin for New York's PBS affiliate, WNET/Channel 13:

Charismatic and candid photographer Lynn Goldsmith has been snapping portraits of rock and rollers for more than 40 years. Her favorite subjects include Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Deborah Harry and the Police. In this intimate profile Lynn discusses her life and work.

Best known as a founder of the experimental rock group Battles, 35-year-old composer Tyondai Braxton has since moved on to a productive solo career. This profile focuses on a number of his recent projects, including an installation-style performance at the Guggenheim Museum and collaborations with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and composer Philip Glass.
This Emmy-winning hour-long documentary focuses on the nearly 30-year-old program to bring art to New York City’s subways. Meet the artists Faith Ringgold, Tom Otterness, Milton Glaser, Bill Brand, Elizabeth Murray and others as they reflect on their creative contributions to New York’s underground.
Conceptual artist Cory Arcangel gives us a behind-the-scenes look at his first solo exhibition, Pro Tools, at the Whitney Museum.
Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly discuss their co-edited compilation of classic American cartoons from the 1940s and 50s. (Co-produced with Bob Morris.)
Every year Materials for the Arts recycles millions of dollars worth of reusable items and donates them to schools, hospitals, theater companies and other organizations in need. Meet the people behind one of New York City’s most indispensible public programs.
The director of 2010’s Sundance Grand Jury Prize Winner dissects her film with NYC-Arts host Rafael Pi Roman.