Ken and his wife Kjersti have been inseparable since they moment they locked eyes in a drawing class in college. They are both classically trained artists who studied art at home and abroad. They enjoy working in a variety of media from sculpture and painting to illustration and digital visual effects. Ken takes great influence from his Grandfather Robert Stum who was influential in founding BYU Motion Picture Studios as a cinematographer on many early church films including Man's Search for Happiness and Johnny Lingo.
Ken and Kjersti live and work in the Los Angeles, California area and enjoy collaborating on art projects and teaching their local youth Sunday School class together.