Kevin Horgan

Old Bridge, NJ

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Kev Horgan is a currently a freelance writer, editor, and photographer. In addition, he maintains traditional employment with a U.S. airline as a technical writer in their publications department.

A former independent multimedia journalist reporting crime and survivor news stories, Kev has been on hiatus exploring personal projects, while refocusing the KHM brand.

Kev is also a survivor of long-term bullying, something that has driven him to help others facing similar challenges. He is currently available for select speaking engagements to discuss various topics including (but not limited to): the experience of being bullied, bullying in the age of social media, bullying behavior in adults, bullying in the workplace, coping mechanisms, and a variety of survivor rights and issues.

Kev obtained a B.S. in Psychology from Sacred Heart University in 1998 and earned a lifetime membership in Psi Chi, The International Honor Society in Psychology. Following his passion for criminal psychology, he earned all required classroom credits in CUNY John Jay College’s Forensic Psychology Master’s Program. In 2014, Kev graduated as valedictorian of Full Sail University’s New Media Journalism Master of Arts program. In addition, he earned several awards for his work and academic achievements.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Kev grew up in a happy, loving home with two parents, one older brother, and a lot of pets.

He comes from a family of teachers, but prefers learning and investigating. This, along with his love of the horror genre, sometimes leads him on amateur ghost-hunts.

Kev creates things using a variety of media whenever he can. He is particularly fond of sketching, painting, and writing fiction and poetry. He loves to laugh and is well-known for his use of puns and “dad joke” sense of humor.

He currently lives in Old Bridge, NJ with his wife and two cats.

  • Work
    • Independent Multimedia Journalist
  • Education
    • Full Sail University
    • John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    • Sacred Heart University