Photo by Carli Davidson. 

Photo by Carli Davidson. 

My name is Kevin Scott Davis, and I am an artist.

I earned my B.A. in Music Composition from Seattle Pacific University in 2003, a Certificate of Sound Design from Point Blank Music School in 2012, and studied graduate Psychology at Western Seminary  in 2015. I have also formally studied graphic design, academic drawing, and english literature. Growing up, my dad always said I was a true jack of all trades, inevitably adding the "master of none" which follows. I still describe myself this way to this day, and do so with pride. I find life many-sided, and all its facets are too enticing not to explore. I do hope and expect, however, to become a master of "some" along the way. 

In 2007, I founded the band Glowworm; writing, recording, and self funding The Coachlight Woods. The album has been featured in numerous television shows, feature films, and radio programs such NPR's This American Life. It currently has over 15 million streams on Spotify. 
From 2006-2008, I played in Pacific UV writing and recording for the album Longplay 2, released on WARM records in 2008. The album was released to international acclaim, scoring a 7.9 on Pitchforkmedia and being featured in television shows such as HBO's Californication
In 2010, I discovered photography, and began shooting digitally. This opened a way back to the visual arts I started with in my childhood, when I spent my days drawing and dreaming of being an illustrator. 
In 2011, I founded the experimental music project Beta Cicadae. BC's debut album Mouna was released on Elegua Records in 2012, with positive international acclaim. I self released Beta Cicadae's 2nd album, Dirt and Sky, in 2015.
In 2016, I fell in love with film photography, and shoot almost exclusively on 35mm and 120mm film formats now. 
 
I am currently working on a long overdue follow up to the first Glowworm album, Fire of Roses, and continue shoot film photography every day. Throughout my life, my faith in God has informed all of my artistic practices and is central to my engagement of the exploration of what it means to be human. 

 I live in Macon, GA with my wife Rachel, and our son Elliot. I also enjoy watercolor painting, jogging, tennis, and reading up under the covers in the wintertime next to my dog, Pen.