Mr. Ken Donham is currently the Director of Visual Merchandising at Saks Fifth Avenue - San Francisco, where he oversees the visual needs for two stores on Union Square with a combined selling space of 200,000 square feet and annual sales of over $100M.

He manages his duties drawing from 30+ years of experience as a professional in the Visual Merchandising & Store Design industry - working with national and international companies including: The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale’s and Knott’s Berry Farm. Also, The Virgin Entertainment Group; where he served as Corporate Senior Manager of Visual Merchandising & Store Environment Virgin Megastores North America.

Ken is also part of the Industry Leaders Advisory Council for Visual Communications at FIDM to assist with shaping curriculum and also team with students for portfolio review and industry support.

In addition, Ken is the Director of Visual Merchandising Design & Production Group Donham Design Studio, recent clients include: Karen Kane in partnership with Macy's, Bloomingdale's, Bonton's, Dillard's and Belk Department Stores. Also, Judith Leiber and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.

His most recent assignments include the roll-out of 40+ Karen Kane shops nationwide and the co-curating, design, production & installation of the FIDM Museum & Galleries' exhibit “Ripped: Expressions from the Underground” which explores the art and influence of punk rock on design and culture.