Formerly an attorney specializing in environmental law and a professor of law for over 20 years, Ken left the legal profession in 1988 to pursue a career as a self-taught sculptor. Ken lives in Bigfork, Montana where, inspired by the rich history, beautiful landscapes and wildlife of the area, he shapes scenes of the American west, representations of wildlife and portraits in bronze.
In addition to his many original creations, Ken is frequently commissioned to create special bronze pieces and monuments. He has completed commissioned work for numerous clients including The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, The Dayton Hudson/Target Corp., The Westinghouse Corp., The Living Desert Wildlife Park of Palm Desert, California, The Flathead Bank of Bigfork, Montana, The International Order of St. Hubertus, The Trademark Acquisition & Development Co. of Fort Worth, Texas, Lincoln Harris Corp. Services and Majestic Valley LLC, as well as various private commissions. Each of Ken’s limited edition bronzes is custom cast.