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About 4 Moon 

Kevin Shuster 
Executive Creative Producer and Interactive Storyteller


Former Head of Creative Production at MC2 Experiential Studio, Kevin oversaw all aspects of digital and physical production for immersive environments, events, and activations for entertainment and various brands.


Prior to MC2, as Executive Producer of Emerging Tech, Kevin supervised the interactive production for all of Team One's (Saatchi & Saatchi) entertainment and lifestyles accounts. In addition, he was one of the pioneers that founded the Publicis Groupe's TiltShift, an animation, VFX and virtual reality studio.

Previous to Team One, Kevin was a Senior Interactive Producer at Phelps Agency where he worked on Panasonic Solutions Company, Travel Corp. Technical Supervising Producer at Warner Bros, and founded and managed one of the first in-house multimedia divisions at a traditional Chicago-based full-service agency. 

Kevin has creative directed and/or produced interactive experiences for national and global brands including: Lexus, Samsung, The Ritz-Carlton, JW Marriott, HSBC, Johnson & Johnson, Panasonic, EA (Electronic Arts), Tik Tok, 2K Games, Warner Bros. and others.

Recent assignments include working for Jack Morton Worldwide’s client McDonald’s for a multi-screen Experiential Conference as well as various pitches for Facebook, Amazon and OWN.

​In addition to working in production for brands, Kevin worked in development for TV and feature films at Cindy Cowan Entertainment (known for Syriana and Very Bad Things), and for Valhalla Motion Pictures (known for Walking Dead, Aliens, and The Terminator).

He is also a screenwriter, director and producer of film and live theater. Kevin has written 20+ screenplays and teleplays and is a graduate of the writing and improv programs at The Second City Training Center in Chicago. Visit his IMDB page.

Kevin has a BFA in Scientific Illustration from University of Georgia and a Masters of Medical Science in Biomedical Visualization (Medical Illustration) from the University of Illinois at Chicago.  He completed his thesis in Virtual Reality (VR) for Medicine.

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