Executive Creative Director
With nearly three decades of professional design experience, Ken is a principal and executive creative director at LUNAR. Ken is primarily involved in leading large-scale programs and managing the industrial design group to help ensure excellent client service and design quality. He has been directly responsible for managing the long-term relationship with Hewlett-Packard’s Home Products Division, maker of the market-leading Pavilion line of personal computers.
Ken’s design work has been featured in more than a dozen industrial design books, as well as magazines such as BusinessWeek, Time, Wall Street Journal, Axis, Form, Design Report and Metropolis. His work is also on permanent collection at the Smithsonian Institute, Chicago Athenaeum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, among others.
Ken has been honored with more than 25 design awards while at LUNAR.
Before joining LUNAR’s founders as the first employee in 1986, Ken was an independent industrial designer in the Bay Area. He holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial design from Ohio State University.