Kenneth Fink is a director and producer with over 25 years working in television. Fink began his career as an associate producer in 1979, and subsequently had very sparse work during the '80s, though he did manage to write, produce, and direct a documentary called "The Work I've Done" in 1985. Things gradually picked up for Fink in the 1990s. In 1994, he directed James Earl Jones in the TV bio-drama "The Vernon Johns Story," and then in 1995 he landed his first major gig, directing eight episodes of the critically-acclaimed crime drama "Homicide: Life on the Street" over a four-year stretch, until 1998. The 2000s then became Fink's true breakthrough decade; in 2000, he directed an episode each of the disparately-themed dramas "Dawson's Creek" and HBO's "Oz," before earning his career gig as the primary director for the crime thriller "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," a series about police forensics investigators unraveling crimes in Las Vegas. Fink directed 51 episodes of the show over the course of the 2000s, produced 153 episodes, and wrote two. During that successful run, Fink was also included as part of the ensemble of producers on the show who earned Emmy nominations for Outstanding Drama Series, in 2003 and 2004.