Kieran graduated from Sacred Heart University in May of 2015 with a degree in communications concentrating in film and television studies. During Kieran's senior year at Sacred Heart he was selected to be a contestant in the first season of the reality television series NESN's Next Producer. The series was being produced by the New England Sport's Network in Boston and was billed as "a television series that showcases New England college filmmakers, their vision and their stories. Part Shark Tank, part America’s Got Talent, students create short sports films with the hope of winning $20,000 and a job opportunity at NESN." Kieran produced a short documentary film about Johnny Gaudreau. At the time, Gaudreau was a rookie in the National Hockey League and had yet to become the perennial All Star he is today. Kieran told the story of the undersized Gaudreau and how he worked through different examples of adversity en route to fulfilling his dreams of becoming a professional hockey player. Kieran's entry was picked as a winner of the reality series by Hollywood Judges Tom Werner and Brad Falchuk. Winning the competition got Kieran a six month contract working for NESN as a Features Producer, where he produced features that aired during NESN's Red Sox Broadcast and can be viewed under the "portfolio" tab. When his six month contract with the network expired he was hired full time as an Associate Producer at NESN. After 3 years at NESN Kieran accepted a job at ABC News in New York working for Good Morning America where he currently is employed. He is in charge of a wide variety of tasks within production including writing and field producing. Kieran also works on film projects and is a screenwriter in his spare time.