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Kevin Reynolds has worked in the fields of screenwriting, filmmaking, and digital media. He studied directing with filmmaker Milos Forman as a graduate student at Columbia University’s Film School. He’s written and directed many feature-length screenplays as well as short films. Over the years, his work has consistently won grants, recognition, and awards.
Kevin has given numerous presentations on fiction, media, and film at the annual conference of the Broadcast Education Association in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Kevin taught at the University of New Mexico before coming to the School of Media Arts & Design. In the early days of the Internet, he also worked for USWeb, a multinational Internet consulting company.
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Kevin Lee Reynolds, 54, of Salem, Virginia, passed away on August 2, 2018. On the 28th of July, 1964, he was born. Kevin was loved by everyone and had a smile that could light up a room. He holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Business Administration degree. He was a huge fan of Virginia Tech football and loved all sports. His enthusiasm for sports led him to become a referee for a number of sports, including football. Kevin had a 22-year career in the United States Navy, where he rose to the rank of Chief Petty Officer, and then began his civil service with the Department of Veteran Affairs. Kevin was an active member of Fellowship Community Church. His father, Corbin M. Reynolds, IV, preceded him in death.
His children, Christopher L. Reynolds and wife, Heather, and Kayla M. Reynolds; mother, Joyce Shell; “Grandpa” to Averie Poorman and Garren Riley; brothers, Tim Reynolds and Kenny Reynolds and wife, Lisa; sister, Susan Holmgren and husband, John; half-sisters, Theresa Keister and Kathy Reynolds; and he is also survived by his half-sisters, Theresa Keister and Kathy Reynolds; and he is also survived by his half-
Since undergoing surgery, he had a strong showing at the 2016 nationals, earning bronze. In the fall of 2016, he competed in his first Grand Prix event since 2012, winning bronze at Skate Canada International, his first Grand Prix medal of his career. He returned to the world championships for the first time since 2014 after winning silver at the 2017 Canadian championships.
Reynolds made his international debut in 2013, earning his first senior international gold medal at the ISU Four Continents Championships, followed by a career-best fifth place finish at the ISU World Championships. He was the first man to land two quadruple jumps in the short program at Skate Canada International in October 2010. At the 2013 World Championships, he also did two quads in his short program, which helped him place third in that segment of the competition.
He was the first skater in the world to land a quad-triple-triple combination under the ISU Judging System at the 2008 Canadian Championships. Reynolds has had a lot of success on the national level. He won the Canadian novice title when he was 12 years old. He was the Canadian junior silver medalist two years later, behind Patrick Chan. At the age of 15, he landed his first quad, a Salchow, and at the age of 16, he landed his first quad toe loop. With a third-place finish at the Canadian championships, he missed out on qualifying for Vancouver 2010.
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