Who we are
Kevin R. Frech
Kevin is a filmmaker/writer/video designer and the founder of Logical Chaos. His professional career began at 18, when he directed a commercial for the University of Oklahoma.
Since then Kevin has filmed actors Juliana Margulies, Ed Harris and Nathan Lane; performers Bill Irwin, Moby and Blue Man Group; artists Bruce Nauman, Ellsworth Kelly and Richard Serra; and numerous professional athletes, including football, baseball and basketball players, golfers, marathoners and Olympic swimmers. Kevin's a Sundance Fellow, and he's won an Eddy award for theatrical video design (Blue Man Group: Live at Luxor).
He's directed commercials, digital campaigns and branding videos for world-renowned organizations and companies including Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, American Ballet Theatre, Blue Man Group, Hospital for Special Surgery and Weleda.
Kevin's latest feature-length documentary, “The Other Side of The Fence,” deals with the subjects of animal poaching and poverty in Africa and is distributed by Parthenon Entertainment. His previous documentary, "Bowery Dish," debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival, aired on The Sundance Channel and is in current rotation on WNET/Channel 13 New York.
Kevin received a B.F.A. from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago and attended the Masters Film Program at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. You can find Kevin R. Frech on IMDB.
Wendy joined Logical Chaos because Kevin Frech is an exceptional filmmaker, which makes promoting Logical Chaos quite easy. She's been unofficially guiding Kevin in the ways of marketing and promotion for years, so it seemed only natural to make it official.
Wendy is closely engaged with every project she takes on, from executive producing high-profile events to overseeing multi-million dollar ad budgets and producing a radio station from scratch.
Wendy wants the best for clients and won't let them settle for anything less. She envisions the big picture but doesn't lose sight of the details.
Before Logical Chaos,Wendy was VP Marketing for the Radio Advertising Bureau.