Set within the installation at QUEERCIRCLE by artist Michaela Yearwood-Dan. "The book is a Queer Black South London love story told over a series of intimate vignettes". Kevin will be joined by two guests for this Sunday poetry reading with refreshments served in the space and outside courtyard.
About Kevin Morosky:
Kevin Morosky is a Virgo, film director, and creative.
Kevin’s career began in film photography, with his work seeing him published in the likes of Dazed, ID, and Vogue to name just a few - if you bought mags in the early 10s, you probably saw his work inside.
Aware of the fact he was often brought onto advertising projects as a diversity hire, with little say in the actual content he was shooting, Kevin worked to get on the other side of the ad industry. He quickly became a creative known for pursuing authentic - and often humorous - storytelling that felt inclusive and insightful, challenging the norms of the industry. His dedication to the culture paid off; as well as co-founding Pocc, a Black British Business Awards-nominated creative network that champions Black and Brown voices in advertising, Kevin’s also Jury President of the D&AD New Blood Awards 2021.
As a film director, Kevin’s portfolio spans both commercial and personal work. He frequently self-directs his ad campaigns, which has seen him work for the likes of Samsung, O2, Vodafone, and Lush. Recent personal works include a quintet of short films (Lungs, Laundry, Moon, Homes and Quantum) examining what it means to be Black in 2020 Britain, and Orphans: a Queen’s thoughts at Christmas starring Susie Wokoma.
Kevin is currently self-financing More Time, a workplace mockumentary, and is developing his first feature with the BBC.