Ken Ross

Ken is an award-winning director and cinematographer whose work ranges from documentaries
and independent experimental films to commercials, music videos and long formats. His work
has appeared on ABC, HBO, Lifetime, Nickelodeon, and PBS.  Past projects include the feature
length documentary, 1913 Massacre co-produced by Louis Galdieri.

To advance his interest in socially responsible filmmaking, Ross co-founded Films for Non-Profits
to help charitable and benevolent organizations get their stories seen, heard and remembered.
Projects include films for Habitat for Humanity, UJA and Amfar.

His experimental films have won numerous awards and have been shown extensively in
museums, film showcases and colleges around the country. Ken was a founder of the Collective
for Living Cinema, Inc., a non-profit film art center in NY. Ross has taught film production and
aesthetics at Bard College, Vassar College and SUNY Purchase.