Ken Christensen is a multimedia producer, writer and editor based in Seattle, Washington.
He specializes in telling moving character-driven stories, turning complex ideas into digestible explainers, and producing visuals that capture audience's attention no matter the creative or budgetary constraints. His video storytelling has been recognized by industry honors — including Emmy, Edward R. Murrow and Online Journalism awards — and has appeared in nationally recognized publications including National Public Radio, The New York Times, PBS NewsHour and Bloomberg Businessweek. Able to write effectively for many mediums, he has also created audio and written content.
Ken is available for hire, most recently working with clients such as the Seattle Opera, the Woodland Park Zoo and King County Parks. Before that, he was the Director of Visuals at WhereBy.Us, a network of local news startups that cover news and culture in five cities across the U.S. He led strategy and editorial for the visuals team in a central role, managing a team of remote producers who were responsible for growing audiences for publications including The New Tropic in Miami and The Evergrey in Seattle.
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P.S. — This website was coded by me, Ken, and while I enjoy coding, I'm no expert at it. There may be glitches. Thanks for your patience.