Day, Ken

As a high school sophomore in 1970, Ken Day knew what he wanted to do with his
life. He bought a camera and set out to learn photography. From sunrise to sunset,
he would explore his world, photographing everything from nature to sports to the
homeless. After graduation from Sacramento State University in the late 1970s, Day
landed a job at Sacramento PBS station KVIE. Two years later, he was hired by an
NBC affiliate in Boise, Idaho. Then, it was back to Sacramento and CBS station
KOVR where he stayed 15-years working daily news. Day covered everything from
earthquakes to Presidential visits and special assignments in Israel and Mexico. Day
has several Emmy® Awards for his photography. He left KOVR in 1997 and started
his own business. He’s since covered the O.J. Simpson trial, Unabomber trial along
with many features for ABC Network News. He also works on numerous documentary
projects and always goes the extra mile to do an excellent job. Day is first in
line to offer help to nonprofits and community activists.

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