The voice is mightier with the pen.

As long as he's been voicing, Ken's been writing. Hundreds of commercials, corporate videos, a couple of short films in iambic pentameter (one featured at Sundance), songs, keynote speeches, blogs, books, corporate theatre sketches, and even the occasional poem.

He understands how to make scripts come alive with his voice because he's written them. He and his wife Anna started their company, Message Glue, to help companies like Pepsico, Dell, Samsung, Microsoft, SUSE, McKesson, Boeing, CISCO, Honeywell, Verizon and many more tell their stories and engage their internal and external audiences with media and live presentations.

He's won an Emmy® for lyric writing, a Golden Quill Award for Excellence in Corporate Communication Writing (IABC), a PSRBA Soundie (radio writing) and various Telly Awards® (for writing and acting). His two short films traveled to festivals all around the world and won a bunch of awards.