50 Shades of Kev


more things made by me


Welcome to the experiment that is my soul, mind, and body in the written form. Is it good? Is it bad? Honestly I can’t tell you. But It’s something alright. Suffice it to say I’m a work in progress and most likely always will be, or until I’m not, which if that is the case it would be a good idea to check my pulse I may have stopped breathing.

Life belongs to  both the optimistic and pessimistic. The morbid and the cheerful. The beautiful and the ugly, and everything in between. Black and white are two sides of a vast spectrum of grey which is where most of us lie; somewhere along the gradient. The grey is a complex and interesting place—lighter to darker, darker to lighter, ever flowing to-and-fro. The paper is white, and the ink is black, but the words and prose that is what gives us the context, the meaning, and the motives, which makes up the grey  in which we live. Our personalities,  our wants, desires, and needs are expressed. Our flaws and quirks revealed, our triumphs and loves recorded in the history books.  The gray-matter, which we tap into, to further understand ourselves and others, is the gray-matter that makes up our human stories. That’s what I’m trying to do here, and I appreciate any who takes part, even in the smallest way on my journey. Thank you. Okay, okay… what the ‘f’ was that all about? Huh? Jibber jabber kappa beta…

Canadian bred—red, white and… well red. Rambler and mumbler Born in Montreal, then lived in Toronto, and now in L.A. I’ve dedicated my website to showcasing my screenwriting. Something I’ve started to take seriously as of late. Although I don’t get paid to write  I still love doing it. I’m honing my skills and trying to find honest, constructive feedback, which can be hard to find. Or just to have strangers read, and hopefully enjoy my stories. So I’ve opened my writing up to the internet to invite one and all, near and far, auteur or amateur, pedant or prentice to read, and if they like comment.

Thank you to all who visit!

Kev Pics

Pensive Self Portrait