is a Haitian-American writer from New York,
currently living
in Amsterdam.

Pre-advertising, Kervs earned his stripes in the music industry, making a name for himself as Head of Marketing at PatchWerk Recording Studios, a well-known establishment at the center of urban music and culture. While there, he founded the regionally-famous I dO Music

Kervs’ advertising career began in 2014 at R/GA in Los Angeles, California where he helped launch monumental work for Beats by Dre, very early on getting the opportunity to work with top brass such as Lebron James and Spike Lee.

A short time later, at Wieden + Kennedy, Kervins was credited on industry-lauded campaigns for Nike, Procter & Gamble and
Old Spice.

His writing on racial injustice in America was the mainspring that introduced the Nike Equality campaign to the world. The premier film featured Lebron James, Serena Williams, and other athletes taking a stand over the powerful voice of Alicia Keys singing a heart stirring cover of Sam Cook’s “A Change is Gonna Come”.

In 2019, along with his four-legged companion,
Rocky, Kervs transplanted to Europe where he took a Sr. Creative role with Wieden + Kennedy, Amsterdam. While there, Kervins has been busy helping to establish a global platform for Facebook, launching a  international campaign for the insurance behemoth, Allianz and working on countless other brands.

Currently Kervins is working on his proudest creation yet, an adorable baby girl he’s raising with his partner since summer 2021.

Tune into his social channels for premium #girldad cuteness.