Kevin J. Foxe
Kevin J. Foxe is a director, producer, and writer and is known as the executive producer of the highly successful "The Blair Witch Project." He produced and filmed the "Bicycle Revolution," a 2017 documentary about urban planning for a less vehicle-centric city.
He has worked with notable filmmakers in many facets of filmmaking, including editing, post production, and location managing. He produced many independent films, such as "The Contenders" (Best Comedy, 1992 Houston Film Fest), "Blessing" (1994 Sundance Film Fest Finalist), and "Nowhere to Go" (1998 Santa Barbara Film Fest, 1998 Newport Film Fest, Montreal International Film Festival).
Foxe was baptized a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sometime around 2002.