|Ken Seng captured international attention with his groundbreaking large-set choreographed 3-D action sequences in "Step Up 3-D". A pioneering and innovative cinematographer, Ken experimented with many cameras and looks for the upcoming Warner Bros. film "Project X", directed by Nima Nourizadeh and produced by Todd Phillips and Joel Silver. Other feature work includes the slick beautiful thriller "Obsessed" starring Beyonce and another box office success, the horror film "Quarantine" for Sony Screen Gems. Frequently lending his hand to large scale commercial campaigns, Ken crafted the beautiful images in the most recent Canadian Budweiser campaign, directed by Oscar nominated Henry Alex Rubin.|
|In 2000, Advertising Age named Lisa Bennett one of "21 to Watch in the 21st Century". We're not sure how the other 20 people fared, but in the first decade of this century Lisa has been recognized for award winning work on iconic brands such as McDonald's, Disney, Coca Cola, Heinz and Clorox. In her role as Chief Creative Officer of DDB's San Francisco office Lisa is responsible for attracting world-class talent to the agency and guiding the creative product on brands such as Glad, Brita, Kingsford, Intel, ConAgra and Benefit Cosmetics. Lisa is a member of DDB's Global Creative Council and is the agency's North American Creative Chair. She is no stranger to international award shows having served on the executive juries of Cannes Lions, One Show, CLIO Awards and New York Festivals.|
|Mike grew up in Pittsburgh, slowly making his way out west via Chicago. While there, he went to school for design and photography. Mike's always been a fan of television, movies, music and comedy. Not being proficient enough at any single one of them, it only made sense for him to seek a career in advertising where he gets to dabble in all of them. His ad career brought him to San Francisco eight years ago where he still resides today. He rarely wears makeup.|
|Born in Tennessee and raised on television, Daniel acquired a love of the medium at an early age. After attending journalism school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he left the temperate climate of the South for the soul-crushing winters of Chicago and a writing gig at the iconic ad agency Leo Burnett. After honing his skills and thickening his skin there for seven years, the time was right to escape the flat, frozen Midwest in exchange for snow-less mountains sitting beautifully by the Pacific. And on a fault line. He has worked at DDB in San Francisco since 2003.|
|Frank's affinity for nature led to an internship with National Geographic Television, which opened his eyes to film production. Getting a taste of the documentary world, he decided to follow this interest in film; an exploration that eventually led to some of the most recognized and awarded ad agencies in the world: Wieden & Kennedy, Hal Riney, Leo Burnett and now, as Director of Content Production, DDB San Francisco. While on production, he managed to fill his passport with overseas productions and has helped to evolve the agencies presence in the branded entertainment space. He has been a part of DDB since 2005.|
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