is an award-winning writer, filmmaker and improviser. After graduating from Columbia College Chicago with a BA in film production, he relocated to Los Angeles. There, Ken worked in international film distribution and as a script doctor for several independent films.
In 2004, he returned to Chicago and partnered with two friends to launch Stock Yard Films, a film production company focused on brand content for the health and fitness industry.
In addition to his corporate and commercial work, Ken has written, produced and directed several short films including “Stanley and the Mannequins” and the award-winning short film, “Locust.” He also received top honors at the Written Image Screenwriting Competition for his feature-length script, “Haddon County.”
In 2016, Ken started Horizon Line Films, a boutique- style production group specializing in creative content for businesses and non-profit organizations.
When he is not working, Ken enjoys spending time with family and friends and performing with his award-winning improv team, Delorean.