Explo Science Writer, Bay Area native, enthusiast for the sciences of life and landscapes, Kevin would rather be wandering around outdoors than typing in front of a screen. For the last 12 years, Kevin has been developing interpretive labels for science museum exhibits, on everything from meteorites to magnetic bacteria. Before coming to the Exploratorium in 2007, he worked at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, where his writing—and a tiny sample of his DNA—can be found in the Hall of Human Origins. He’s a graduate of the Science Communication Program at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Many of his strongest childhood memories of visiting the Exploratorium are of its immersive interactive exhibits. He has contributed to a range of Exploratorium projects, including Geometry Playground, the East (Living Systems) Gallery, the Fisher Bay Observatory Gallery, the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital project, and the Living Liquid data visualization project.