Ken Woodard began his career as an art director in 1987 at DDB when greats like Helmut Krone, Lester Feldman, and Bob Kuperman still roamed the hallways. Within three years he had moved to California and produced award-winning work for Southwestern Bell and Bank of America, traveling as far as Prague to shoot the Levi’s commercial voted one of the year’s Ten Best by Time Magazine. Collaborators on the “Top 501 Reasons” campaign included maverick filmmakers Gus Van Sant, Spike Jonze, and David Fincher and writer Suzanne Finnamore. He leveraged this success to establish an eclectic career as art director, and designer for clients Reebok, Burger King, Ford, esurance, Hilton, Phillips, Old Navy, and Lincoln.

ā€œIā€™m the only Baker Streeter who has played an all-vinyl set at Horse Meat Disco in London.ā€