Kevin Iriarte has held his place in the forefront of the marketing industry since 1998. Kevin has created and designed marketing campaigns for a wide variety of venues such as the legendary Hard Rock Café, the celebrated City Nights in San Francisco, and the distinguished Harlow’s in downtown Sacramento California. Kevin Iriarte’s contribution to the nightlife industry has earned him a role as one of the leading promoters in northern California’s bay area, opening his creative doors to record labels and managing recording studios throughout the bay area further broadening his experience in marketing with the entertainment industry today.
Kevin develops his experience by promoting marketing strategies, visual information designs, and social media campaigns for the marketing headquarters of Morale Welfare and Recreation programs (MWR) for the United States Air Force based in San Antonio, Texas.
Kevin’s educational portfolio is quite profound with a Masters in Business Administration, Masters in Information Technology, Bachelor’s in Business Management, and an Associate’s Degree in Computer Science. Kevin has shared his experience and talents with over 50 business owners from California to New York. Kevin is a generous contributor, donating his services to foundations such as; the Vacaville Optimist Club, Vicky C. Hope Foundation, and the City of Fairfield Community Programs.
Kevin recent successes have been providing corporate branding identity packages for author, Christina Baird’s book, How Far Will I Run, album cover design work for Keisha Channel’s “Turn Up” Single, and the album cover design with logo packaging for Beatz by Pyro’s new album “The Firehouse 3.”