Kevin is a Software Engineer on the Geospatial Applications Team at Azavea.

He graduated from the University of Maryland with a double degree in Civil Engineering and Geographical Sciences. During his time in undergrad, he contributed to a number of NSF funded research projects in transportation engineering, and wrote his undergraduate honors thesis on the impact of subway construction in Beijing on land use and development patterns.

Prior to joining Azavea, Kevin spent a few years in Washington, DC working as an analytics consultant in the Federal space after college before moving to Philadelphia where he worked as an engineer for a few growth stage startups in the media and logistics industries. He has also contributed his skills towards social impact projects through his involvement with Code for Philly, including the Cash Flow PA application built for tracking campaign contributions for candidates running for statewide office in Pennsylvania.

Outside of the office, Kevin is very active in the Philly music community. He plays a number of instruments (guitar, bass, trombone), composes original electronic music and frequently collaborates as a producer with other local artists. He is also an aficionado of active transportation, and loves reading about history and urban planning.