1. CREATE 2 NEW PRODUCTS THAT PEOPLE LIKE (AND BUY).
1st - business cards, shipping now - 2nd in development
2. RECORD AN ALBUM. BUILD A STUDIO TO DO SO. IMMERSE MYSELF IN THE MUSIC WORLD TO EXPLORE NEW STARTUP CONCEPTS.
Studio built, album commenced
3. WRITE AN E-BOOK ON THE UNCONVENTIONAL CAREER PATHS OF 20-SOMETHINGS. BEGIN WITH TED TALK ON SHARING IDEAS.
Talk done - see below, book in concept development now
Fall 2012: Discussion-based startup workshops with high-school students.
Entering in the fall of 2014, Stanford will be a place to melt down the sword, re-forge, and sharpen it repeatedly. I look forward to learning from amazing peers and taking design classes at the world-renowned d.school.
My hope is to gain a dual degree in Mechatronics and an MBA in entrepreneurship and start a new consumer electronics company that will match the impact and pace of GoPro.
- Dr. Sanjay Sarma, MIT Director of Digital Learning, RFID Pioneer
Kevin applied to MassChallenge and was rejected. Undeterred, he came back and won $50,000. For Kevin, failure = flint, and risk = tinder. Kevin is a classic entrepreneur with the unique ability to humbly lead and inspire others to tackle visions of what the world can be. I strongly recommend him.
- John Hathorne, CEO|Founder MassChallenge (Global Startup Accelerator)
Having had Kevin in class and then been a front row observer of the birth of Ministry of Supply, I have been so impressed with Kevin’s commitment to excellence, his energy and creativity. He should do great things.
– Bill Aulet, Managing Director of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
Kevin is a dynamic person. In the three years that I have known him, he has attacked every challenge with intensity, energy, and a drive for perfection ... designing a mechanical part, Ministry of Supply, or music he has always wanted to apply engineering and design sensitivity to his craft.
- Kate Bergeron, Director of Macbook Product Design