As a multi-talented Content Director and Producer, Ken has been creating moving stories for incredible brands for over 13 years.
He’s conceived, directed and produced branded content across every channel. He's got a great eye for style and culture, and a quirky sense of humoUr.
After completing Film Studies at the University of California, Ken developed his skills in the famous home of film production, Los Angeles.
His career really took off as the Head of Creative Content for the socially-conscious shoe phenomenon TOMS Shoes. Founder Blake Mycoskie pioneered the One for One® model — giving away one pair of shoes for every pair sold. Since 2006, the TOMS community has made a positive impact on over 100,000,000 lives, supporting health, education, and community development.
While there for 10 years, Ken defined the creative direction of global video content for the burgeoning TOMS brand. As a hands-on, all-action team leader Ken made everything sing at TOMS - from seasonal campaigns to new collection launches to mini-documentaries.
And maybe it’s an LA thing, but this guy can act too! (He’s absolutely crack-up on screen.)
Behind the scenes, Ken is a well-organised and energetic producer. He’s a total machine at New Media Production, and a skilful Editor too.
From his time at TOMS, Ken forged a strong creative partnership with serial entrepreneur and founder, Blake Mycoskie. He went on to direct Blake’s personal brand and a multi-pronged content strategy.
Now, for his next exciting episode, Ken has made home here in NZ with his Kiwi wife and child. He’s ready to bring local brand stories to life and make cool content with an international flavour.
So, if you need storytelling, directing, producing and a bit of acting all in one - get Ken on the credits of your brand or marketing department’s next big content production.
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Acting Head of Creative Content for the socially-conscious shoe phenomenon TOMS Shoes for more than 10 years. Founder Blake Mycoskie pioneered the One for One® model — giving away one pair of shoes for every pair sold.
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