Our performing arts studio in Mount Kisco, Ny hired Kieran to create a film for our film acting class. He met the students, did some improv and other experimental type theatre games and from that interaction with them, wrote a screenplay, directed and edited the film. He shot the entire film as well, all in our studio and using just one other
location spot. He was amazing with the kids. And I could not have been happier with the final result. He had a gift with very quickly assessing each child and created a part for them in the movie that made them shine on camera. This was especially impressive to me because some of the children were shy and /or had no acting experience, but on film each child looked like a pro! And as the studio owner, I can tell you he was great to work with, always on time, always prepared. This was especially impressive to me because he was also traveling back and forth on the train to NYC auditioning and booking his own acting jobs as well as being a husband and incredible father to his 2 young daughters. With all this, he still had a vision for our film project from day 1 and was very methodical about seeing it through. He was also courteous to receive input from me when I saw things that I thought might need a tweak and then would make adjustments accordingly or explain to me why we needed to leave it as it was. The day Kieran told me he and his family were moving to Chicago, I cried inside! NY's loss of Kieran Campion is definitely Chicago's gain!