Ken Sax was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He was a staff photographer at CBS television where he shot the gallery advertising, publicity campaigns and production stills for Prime-time series, TV movies, pilots, and sitcoms. He later joined HBO to help produce and shoot the key-art and stills. Over the next twenty-five years, Ken worked for Sony Pictures, MGM/UA Television, ABC, NBC, FOX, Paramount, TNT, Universal, Disney, Lifetime, A&E, E! Entertainment Nickelodeon and Warners Bros. to name a few. His photographs have appeared in magazines around the globe, including Vanity Fair, Newsweek, Time, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Entertainment Weekly, GQ, and L'uomo Vogue.
Ken now shoots advertising campaigns and stills for Adidas, Frito-Lay, Lexus, Turist Bank, Toyota, Draft Kings, Lightlife and Film 47, along with behind-the-scenes video, EPK, and employing his skills as a FAA drone operator on various commercials, films and television. His work has received many prestigious awards and has been exhibited in the Louvre Museum in Paris, France.