Kevin Casey is a freelance writer, book author, wilderness film-maker, chess master and explorer of the world's most pristine river systems. He is the author of several print titles, including Jobs Abroad: The Australian Traveller's Guide to Working Overseas (1992), Attracting Frogs to Your Garden (1996), Australian Bush Survival Skills (2000) and Australian Chess Brilliancies (2009).
Kevin has also produced an eBook for Kindle: 'The Freelance Writer's Guide to Making Money on Constant-Content.com'. This is the definitive guide to writing for one of the highest-paying content sites on the Internet. It's a great, no-nonsense introduction to the world of profitable article writing for freelancers who want to get paid what they're worth.
Kevin's writing pays for his other passion: exploring wild, untouched rivers around the globe. He has shared antelope stew with pygmies in Gabon, filmed wild orang-utans in Sabah, ventured up pristine tributaries in Guyana, searched for Kermode bears in British Columbia, and discovered unknown waterfalls in Australia's Kimberley region.
As the Remote River Man, Kevin has been self-filming his astonishing journeys since 2004, producing several full-length DVDs packed with adventure. Articles about Kevin's epic (and usually solo) river expeditions have appeared in Australian Geographic Outdoor magazine, Wild magazine, and Sidetracked online adventure magazine.
To find out more about Kevin (both the professional writer and the river explorer), please visit his website at remoteriverman.com. Here you'll find his Professional Writer page, with writing portfolio and fee schedule. Check out his river adventures, gear page and DVDs while you're cruising the site.
Kevin can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interests: Writing, book authorship, eBook publishing, wilderness river exploration
Published writer: Yes