Director, producer, cinematographer Kevin Shaw produces award-winning documentaries for ESPN, PBS, the NFL Network and the Big Ten Network. In 2010, Shaw's Big Ten Network short documentary on a quadriplegic trying to regain the ability to walk won the Edward R. Murrow Award for sports reporting excellence.

His first feature documentary film, the critically acclaimed THE STREET STOPS HERE, about Hall of Fame high school basketball coach Bob Hurley and his career-long fight to mentor inner-city youth, debuted on PBS nationally in 2010 and aired on ESPN.

In 2012, Shaw directed GOOSE, the story of pioneer Harlem Globetrotter Reece “Goose” Tatum for ESPN. Two years later, Shaw won a National Sports Emmy for cinematography for ESPN’s FIFA World Cup Show Opens and Teases.

After producing the ESPN film SHAQ AND DALE about the relationship between megastar Shaquille O’Neal and his collegiate coach Dale Brown, Shaw spent a year in one of the country’s most exemplary and diverse public high schools, documenting students, teachers, parents and administrators grappling with decades-long racial and educational inequities. The landmark mini-series, AMERICA TO ME, is produced by award-winning filmmaker Steve James, director of HOOPS DREAMS and debuts in 2017.