About Us…

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Founded in 2014 by Kevin Walsh, a retired high school language arts and media instructor, MMD Productions is dedicated to high-quality, economical solutions to capturing the stories around us–through:

From his days with a garage-sale darkroom in eighth grade, through his cartooning in college and producing hundreds of talk shows and high-end, multi-camera production of sporting and theatre events, Kevin has always been most interested in the stories that surround each of us.

Jason Potash, Producer at Storyboard Entertainment, with former teacher Kevin Walsh at 2010 Tribeca Film Festival for the award-winning short, “Some Boys Don’t Leave.”

Kevin Walsh has over 32 years experience as secondary and college educator, named Michigan’s Film Teacher of the Year in 2008. He began his freelance life as a portrait photographer in 1997 and moved on to media producer, including the 18-episode historic web-series Digging Detroit as well with work as associate producer for the motion picture Dial A Prayer (William H. Macy and Brittany Snow).

Got an event you need captured? Check out this quick-turnaround video produced for Shakespeare Royal Oak

He has recorded important archival interviews with survivors for the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills, Michigan and is a tour guide, photographer and media producer for Detroit History Tours.

Kevin Walsh hosting a forum with Pixar’s director Dan Scanlon (Onward & Monsters University) at a Q&A for students in May 2013.

Kevin is president of the 501c3 Digital Arts Film and Television which has sponsored the Michigan Student Film Festival since 1969.

DAFT President Kevin Walsh with Pixar's director Dan Scanlon ("Monsters University") at a Q&A for students in May 2013.

His clients include businesses, schools and non-profits in addition to individuals.  (Testimonials.)  Kevin is also an author of a textbook and in 2-13 he founded the blog MyMediaDiary.com which has been read by over 200,000 readers featured on Huffington Post and national newspapers over 50 times.

Published in 2006, Kevin’s media production workbook, Video Direct, is used in secondary media productions in over 40 states–available for $25.

His 2006 textbook, Video Direct (Teacher’s Discover, 2006) has been sold in over 40 states.