Kevin graduated in 2000 with a Master of Physics degree (1st class) from the University of Bath.
He began his career shortly afterwards at a large private practice in the South West where he obtained the Certificate in IP Law from Queen Mary, University of London. Kevin then moved into industry, spending seven years in-house at Hewlett Packard, where he qualified as a UK patent attorney. Following a brief spell at another private practice, he joined Bryers in 2012. Kevin became a partner in 2014.
Kevin specialises in physics and electronics inventions and has particular experience in fields relating to software, storage and cloud technologies, networking, cryptography, quantum mechanics, digital image processing, advanced engineering and commercial print hardware and software.