You may know me from some of my Favorite Art Strip blog posts. For the last three years, I’ve lovingly designed logos, photo books, and the like for all of Magbooth’s West Coast clients. I’ve loved every minute, but I’m excited to move into my new role with Louisville and Austin clients!
Favorite Booth Pose?
I’m not sure that I have a favorite photo booth pose but I definitely have a handful of go-to poses. When I’m testing a booth and need some creative shots, I usually run with ‘the bear’ (pictured below), deer-caught-in-the-headlights (which I stole from Peter Tower), the glasses readjustment, and/or the “let me make sure this tie is straight.”
What is your favorite hobby?
I know it’s not really a hobby but I get a big kick out of playing with my dogs Alex & Paddock. I also enjoy skating, riding my bike, and working on my Honda Ruckus.
Do you have a nickname? How did you get it?
I was dubbed “Kevan” by some of my officemates at some point last year. The play on my name is less of a nickname and more of an alternate identity. Kevan is my grassroots, backwoods, southern Indiana, hillbilly-heart trying to break out of my chest by way of my loud mouth. Got raccoon problems? Kevan knows who to call.
If you won the lottery, what would you do?
KEEP IT A SECRET.
If you could have any super power, what would it be and why?
Teleportation, duh. Why be here if I can be over there just as fast?
If you could be one for just 24 hours, what cereal box cartoon character would you be? Why?
I’d probably be “Smack” the frog from Honey Smacks. I’m not really sure why. Being a frog just seems cool and out of all the characters, he seems pretty down to earth…a frog I wouldn’t mind having a beer with.
What is your favorite animal?
One of my favorite animals is the Angler fish. It’s super creepy looking but aptly so for a creature that never leaves the depths of the ocean. I also think that its habitat is part of its allure, I’d really like to know what else is hiding that deep.
If a movie was being made of your life and you could choose the actor to play you, whom would you choose?
My coworker Michael Parker said that he’d choose Elijah Wood for my role. I’m not sure if that’s incredibly flattering or a hobbit joke, so I’ll assume it was a compliment and second the notion. If the movie was about 50-year-old Evan, I’d probably choose Joe Pesci.