Kevin is a PhD candidate on the Classical Archaeology track. He received a B.A. in Classical Studies from the University of Pennsylvania in 2015. His dissertation traces the development of the household textile industry in Sicily from the Bronze Age to the Roman Republican period, focusing primarily on archaeological evidence from Morgantina. His research aims to highlight the vital roles women occupied in systems of production and consumption at the site and in the ancient Mediterranean more broadly.
He currently works as an assistant supervisor and geospatial specialist for the American Excavations at Morgantina: Contrada Agnese Project (AEM:CAP). He previously worked for several archaeological projects on Crete, including the Petras Cemetery Excavations and the Plakias Stone Age Project. As an undergraduate, he conducted a photogrammetry project at the Late Bronze Age site of Pseira and was a member of the Ur Digitization Project at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.