Kevin Charles Kline is a Buffalo, NY based artist and educator whose work has been published in Direct Art Magazine, Photographic Possibilities and Exploring Color Photography. A native of Sayre, PA, he was awarded a residency at The Experimental Television Center in Owego, NY in 2003 and received his BFA with a concentration in photography and digital media from The New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 2004. Returning to Pennsylvania, he continued to produce work and was a founding member of Rural Research Laboratories, an alternative art collective that curated site-specific exhibitions and presented gorilla style public screenings called Mobile Matinees. In 2008 he earned his MFA in Visual Studies at the University at Buffalo. Since then he has taught at area universities and colleges, conducted workshops at CEPA Gallery, and was a longtime instructor for the New York State Summer School for the Arts. Currently he is the Director of Education at Squeaky Wheel Film and Media Arts Center in Buffalo, NY.