Riverton / Lander Reporter
Michael Sevren has always had a passion for journalism and visual storytelling. It was because of this passion that Michael was accepted into the renowned Brooks Institute of Photography in southern California where he studied visual journalism under the guidance of some of the best in the business. While he was a student Michael received numerous awards for his short documentaries and co-founded The Ventura Film Festival.
Soon after graduating in 2010 Michael moved back to his home town of Portland, Oregon where he started working as a freelance commercial filmmaker. While he enjoyed creating videos for companies like Intel and Nike, he missed telling real stories about real people, so in June of 2012 Michael moved to Casper to work as a production assistant for Good Morning Wyoming and the K2 News at noon.
After eight months of waking up before dawn and being the best production assistant he could be, Michael was asked to join the K2 news team as the new Fremont county bureau reporter which he happily accepted. When Michael is not covering the news in Fremont county he can be found reading a book in a cozy coffee shop, riding his bike or falling off cliffs gracefully (climbing.)
Feel free to email Michael with any tips, constructive criticism, or story ideas. He is always interested in hearing what his audience has to say.