Owner & Creative Director
Tom Kephart approaches each day with the grace of a panther and the caution of a small boy with a pointy stick. He’s been writing about technology issues since his first review of his grandparents’ eight-year-old Admiral model P17D21 television. Something about “rich black and white tones of the Captain Kangaroo show;” alas, the rest is lost to posterity.
With a curiosity about people and things limited only by an unfortunate fear of riding on buses, Tom has traveled to several of the United States in search of adventure. Someday he hopes to visit California.
Tom is married to his high school sweetheart. He has two adult children. A dog and two cats round out the all-American family.
He is an actor and director in the legitimate theater, believing that the whole “film thing” will soon blow over. He also teaches acting and improvisational theater and is the Artistic Director of The SC4 Players at St. Clair County Community College in Port Huron, Michigan, which means, of course, that’s he’s a pretty hot plate of oatmeal, baby.
Tom is well-known for singing for beer in karaoke bars. He’s also available for bar mitzvahs, provided you want to hear a plus-sized agnostic sing the blues. Who knows? You might.
Though Tom loves the outstanding benefits of being a freelancer, gadfly and man-about-town, he is as attracted to shiny piles of money as the next guy. If you’re looking for a writer, contact him, provided you have shiny piles of money. Actually, dingy piles of money are okay, too.
After three decades of watching the world spin madly past and being a small part of it himself, Tom Kephart continues to be fascinated with the creative spirit of humanity. And, of course, vintage television receivers.