In 1974 Ken began a thirty-one year career in television production. He began his career as a cameraman, and over the years has worked as a production crew chief, associate director, associate producer, director, producer, and for many years, as Executive Producer for Local Production at Georgia Public Television. Because of his love of the outdoors, Ken created and produced for ten years the popular series, “Georgia Outdoors.” Mr. Daniel has served as a NATAS (National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences) board member for eight years, working on the Student Connection, Certification, Creating Critical Viewers, and the Programs committees.He has received six Emmy awards for his work as a television producer and director.
After more than twenty-five years in public broadcasting, Mr. Daniel became the production manager for Cable Advertising of Metro Atlanta (CAMA), where he supervised a staff of producers, editors, photographers and graphic artists. In 2002, The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences honored Mr. Daniel with The Silver Circle Award for twenty-five years of distinguished serve to the television industry. He is currently fulfilling a life-long dream by teaching filmmaking at The Savannah College of Art and Design where he met Robert Hess. The two quickly became friends, which led to Ken’s gracious acceptance as the Associate Producer for Sustaining Life.