Originally from Toronto, Ontario, Ken started out at CBC Toronto, and YTV (Corus Entertainment). For more than 25 years, as camera operator and Director of Photography, Ken has developed and maintained a diverse and unique client base through mutual trust and creative synergy: CBC, CTV, Global, CITY TV, TSN, Insight TV and TFF.
Ken is proud to say that he has worked with Petro Canada, Walmart Canada/USA, Pattison Group, and Purdy’s Chocolates - without a doubt, it was a sweet production!
On a global scale, Ken had the honour and privilege of covering several Olympic and World Cup events from Vancouver, London and Sochi.
Ken is an avid bike rider and a semi pro race in his “younger days”. He has rode from Vancouver to Whistler twice and is looking forward to doing the triple-crown (Cypress Mountain, Grouse Mountain, and Mount Seymour) sometime “soon”.
Since 2006, Little Ram Productions has established a reputation for bridging Western and Eastern audiences through the production of original content, including web series, television documentaries, and promotional videos.
Today, Little Ram is a producer of original web and television content, specializing in diverse unscripted docu-reality series with a worldwide appeal and cultural crossover.
Past projects include “Azn Lifestyles TV” for City TV, and the feature-length documentary, “Brothers, Clans, and Secret Societies of Vancouver’s Chinatown” for OMNI TV.
Little Ram Media is the exclusive production producer for Veyron Media (@HBICtv: Ultra Rich Asian Girls) and 2Leva Media (House My Style).
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Canadian, born, and raised, Kevin K Li vividly remembers his first shoot in 1999 for a Rogers TV show called “Daytime”. The shoot was with a smooth crooner at a little bar called Babalu’s, in Vancouver. Although he was too young to fully appreciate that genre of music at the time, Kevin recalls how eager and excited Michael Buble was that a TV camera was there to interview him.
Kevin is the co-producer and creator of @HBICtv: Ultra Rich Asian Girls, Brotherhoods, Clans and Secret Societies of Vancouver’s Chinatown, Azn Lifestyles TV, and TV Fusion. He has also worked internationally for City TV, CTV, and the Olympic Broadcasting Services in Rio de Janeiro, London, and Singapore. Together with his News and Current Affairs team at Fairchild TV, they have won the Jack Webster Award for their 26 episode documentary series, "Above and Beyond".
As a passionate supporter of Chinese-Canadian heritage and culture, Kevin has studied martial arts and lion dancing at the Hon Hsing Athletic Association in Vancouver’s historic Chinatown, as well as Mandarin at the Beijing Language and Culture University. Kevin is also a current member of the Board of Directors at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival.
Kevin is committed to giving his audience a different prospective when it comes to mainstream unscripted programming.