Ken has experience in film, television, commercial and interactive design. He's overseen graphic production for over one thousand national ad campaigns. He has also designed over a dozen series main titles, several theatrical main titles, interactive games, kiosks, live interactive shows, installations and e-learning courses. At one point in the early Aughts he had three simultaneous Jumbotron ads running in Times Square, and three theatrical trailers playing at the Loews up the street in Lincoln Center.
His skill set ranges all phases of production, including concept development, animation and live action direction. Ken offers his clients a fresh, innovative design sensibility coupled with the pragmatism of extensive hands-on experience.
Ken was a Creative Director of Motion Graphics at Trailer Park, as well as Art Director at yU+co, Goodspot/Mojo and freelance Art Director at Picture Mill. Prior to his work in the motion graphic design field, he was a director/designer of interactive games. At the beginning of his career he worked as an editor and marketing manager for a small film company, Castle Hill Productions. Along the way he's worked for some very interesting (and notorious) bosses, including Elaine May (Ishtar) and Dick Fuld (Lehman Brothers).
A former New Yorker and graduate of NYU's Tisch Film School, Ken has lived in Los Angeles for 20 years. He's the father of two smart kids.