Keven earned his undergraduate degree in Architecture from Clemson University. He studied in Philadelphia, earning a graduate degree from Drexel University and his Master's Degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Keven has been a registered Architect in North Carolina, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. He has also been a member of the National Council of Architects Registration Boards (NCARB). Keven opened his Architecture and Interior Design firm in New York City in 2001 after working many years for the legendary New York decorator, the late Mark Hampton. His work has been widely published in magazines and newspapers, including Town & Country Magazine for his work at the Greenhouse Spa in Dallas, Palm Beach Cottages and Gardens Magazine for his work on a Jupiter Island Estate, and the Palm Beach Post Newspaper, featuring his own house in the Palm Beach Polo Club. House Beautiful Magazine recognized Keven as one of "America's Top Young Designers." After decades of working and studying in Philadelphia, New York City, Palm Beach, and Providence, Rhode Island, Keven returned to his home in the Mountains of North Carolina in 2009. His work in Cashiers and Highlands, as well as Atlanta, has focused on designing and constructing new houses, renovating existing properties, and interior design. Keven has served as Chairman of the Cashiers Planning Council. He also served on the Blue Ridge School Education Foundation, Jackson County Planning Board and Economic Development Advisory Committee. Keven has decades of experience in architecture, construction, and interior design. He has spent his career in the luxury residential market and is uniquely qualified to offer his clients, both buyers, and sellers, the high level of personalized service they require. Keven is passionate about houses and gardens. His deep understanding and knowledge of architecture and interiors reinforce his natural talents and abilities to provide his real estate clients with unique and lasting value.