Ken is a multi-award winning writer-producer-director who began his film career as a senior creative marketing executive for Paramount Pictures. After nearly four years at Paramount Pictures, he segued to Columbia Pictures where he assumed the role of Senior Vice-President, Director of Creative Services for the film division.
Ken then entered the brand product commercial arena when he was hired by Coca Cola to develop a new advertising concept for Coca Cola Classic. He conceived, wrote, produced and directed, the landmark Coca-Cola Polar Bears advertising campaign that has run worldwide for over ten years now. The original Polar Bear spot was designated as one of Advertising Age's:
TOP 50 Commercials in the last One Hundred Years, voted one of USA Today's top 20 commercials, chosen as Video Storyboard's Best Commercial in 1994, designated one of Adweek's Top 10 Commercials in the Last Fifty Years, won the Hugo Silver Award, was the first CGI spot to win the coveted ASIFA award, and won the Mobius First Place Award. To top it off, the world-famous Polar Bear campaign was installed into the Library of Congress in November of