Ken White is a designer, writer, and producer of interactive and entertainment projects, print, television commercials, corporate communications, and new media for companies in the United States, Europe, Australia, and Japan, including Sony Corporation, Lucasfilm Ltd., Levi Strauss & Co., the E & J Gallo Winery, ABC Sports, KQED of San Francisco, Robert Mondavi Winery, and the Walt Disney Company.
He received his A.A. degree at Modesto Junior College, his B.A. and teaching credential at UC Davis, and his M.A. at San Francisco State University. He has taught mass communications and film appreciation at Modesto Junior College.
Born in Lathrop and raised in Modesto, California, he continues to live in his home town. He is married to Robin and has two adult step-sons, Tyler and Eric. He is the author of four novels, fourteen screenplays, one sitcom pilot, and two stage plays. Most of his stories are about his home town and the Central Valley heartland.
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