KEVA Creative is the melding and marriage of two creative talents, Terry and Cher Brown. For more than two decades they've honed their skills in journalism, public relations, human relations, and corporate communications. In 2017, they launched KEVA Creative with an eye towards producing documentary films that would leverage their talents as visual storytellers.
They reside in the mountains of Western North Carolina, but their travels have taken them far beyond to capture interesting stories and visuals. Their cinematography/aerial cinematography skills were utilized on the documentary Project Breaking Free in Mt. Shasta, CA.
They produced and directed the documentary Ramblin' With Rodney in 2021 for the Carteret County Historical Association. The film is a historical perspective told by historian Rodney Kemp based on the mid-1900 writings by journalist Frank Salisbury. They also have a documentary in production called Equus ferus: The Wild Horses of Shackleford Banks. The film explores the past, present and future of the wild horses residing on a spit of land along the Southern Outer Banks.
Terry and Cher have a deep rooted passion for nature and the environment which has led to several projects over the years with various environmental groups. Their involvement with issues along the coast of Florida and North Carolina led to them teaming up with the Coastal Carolina Riverwatch to film Tidal Alert - The State Of Water Quality And Its Impact On Coastal Fisheries. Completed in early 2022, the film looks at five issues identified by the recreational and commercial fishing community that are affecting water quality and vital fisheries along the North Carolina coast. They look forward to the film's entry into film festivals and to bringing attention to factors that are negatively impacting these waters, and the fishing communities that rely on them.