Ken Sax was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He was a staff photographer at CBS television where he photographed gallery advertising, publicity campaigns and production stills for Prime-time series, TV movies, pilots, and sitcoms. He later joined HBO to produce and shoot the key-art and stills for original films and sporting events. Over the next twenty-five years, Ken freelanced for Sony, MGM Television, ABC, NBC, FOX, Paramount, Universal, Disney, A&E, E! Entertainment 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'umo Vogue.
Ken presently shoots advertising campaigns for various companies, including Lexus, Toyota, Frito-Lay, Turist Bank, Draft Kings, Lightlife and Film 47, along with behind-the-scenes videos for commercials, TV and film. His training and experience spans across all types of cutting-edge photography and he is a FAA-certified drone operator. His work has received many prestigious awards and has been exhibited in the Louvre Museum in Paris, France.