MEET THE TEAM.
We are a strong team made up of dedicated production professionals. Please get to know the folks you are going to work with on your next project!
Whether at the mic, camera, or soundboard, Randy’s life work has always been about communication. He grew up with a love for music, speech, and storytelling from his dad, broadcaster Hal Kemp, then carried on the tradition working on-air and behind the scenes in all aspects of broadcast since 1968
Randy opened RK-1 Productions in 1997, producing countless award-winning radio, TV, video, and film projects. But even greater than his credentials, he has created a place where people feel heard, inspired, and taken care of – carrying on the tradition of great communication, sound, and story, just like part of the family.
Randy is an active member of the American Advertising Federation, co-chair of the Southwest Advertising Hall of Fame, a past president of AAF Oklahoma, and a past governor of the AAF’s Tenth District. He’s also the stadium voice for the University of Central Oklahoma’s Broncho football, basketball, and volleyball teams’ sporting events. He’s an avid golfer, boater, cyclist, and he’s K-Pops to five awesome grandkids.
Matt is the third generation of Kemps to work in the industry. Matt has built his own reputation for being an outstanding audio engineer, voice actor, and musician.
Matt’s specialty is writing and recording original music with KEMPMUSIK, creating jingles and custom music tracks heard on radio and tv across the country. His passion is producing extended play records (EPs) and albums for solo artists and bands. As a classically trained musician with over 20 years of experience himself, Matt has performed with a larger variety of ensembles as a guitarist, bassist, and drummer.
Matt’s career includes over 20 years as a radio personality, formerly hosting the Sunday Night Blues Cruise in Oklahoma City. He served as the president of the Oklahoma Blues Society and was an adjunct faculty member at the Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma. Matt’s work has earned numerous creative awards and in 2010, he was named Best Audio Engineer by the Oklahoma Media Network. He enjoys riding his motorcycle, settling into any campground, or hanging out at a concert when he isn’t in the studio.