Ken has spent his life exposing our world to beauty and pain, victory and defeat through his photojournalism career. He has forever preserved some of this country's most impactful events in museums, books, and newspapers. His eye to take the ordinary and make it extraordinary has been a blessing to an us all. His skill with the camera is only surpassed by his love for his God and family. He now needs our help.
At the young age of 70, Ken has a rare bone cancer. Right now, he needs extra care from his wife but she has to work. There is a compassionate movement to raise funds allowing her to stop work for a year. It may be the last year he has with any us and that happy couple should be able to stand together, fight cancer together, and cry together.