Ellen Kahn is the co-founder and partner of TWINART, Inc., with her identical twin sister, Lynda. For the past 20 years, Kahn has focused on design innovation and creative direction in the entertainment industry. With a focus on all visual media her work appears on broadcast television, online, billboards, art galleries and museums.
Kahn created the marketing campaign to rebrand The Rachael Ray Show and visually branded and launched CBS’s daytime entry, The Talk. She produced and directed Shake It Up, her original concept for an AOL web series on kitchendaily.com. In addition, Kahn developed the logo for The CW and website designs for Warner Bros.' momlogic.com and tyrashow.com. Kahn headed the creative team to launch WEtv and continued as a creative consultant for seven years. Her expertise in the women’s arena also led to the rebrand of Lifetime.
Kahn is a recipient of numerous awards, and was honored with a Daytime Emmy for Title Design of The Ellen DeGeneres Show and a Graphics News Emmy for The Reporters. A member of the Directors Guild of America, she has produced and directed television shows, commercials and marketing campaigns with numerous celebrities, including Susan Sarandon, Vanessa Williams and Rosie O’Donnell. Her long-form projects include Pee-wee’s Playhouse, Picture What Women Do for Lifetime, and Voices for Elektra Entertainment.
Lynda Kahn is an artist and designer living in Los Angeles. She is the co-founder and partner of bi-coastal TWINART, which she established with her identical twin sister Ellen in 1987. She is the creative force of TWINART LA, conceptualizing ideas, building brands and designing pop culture. With a focus on the visual media, her work is everywhere, including broadcast television, commercials, online, billboards and art galleries and museums. Kahn has won numerous awards, including a 2006 Daytime Emmy for the main title design and graphics package on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and BDA Gold Awards in 2005 for the title design on both Arrested Development and Full Frontal Fashion. Her additional credits include Fashion Rocks, Emily’s Reason’s Why Not, Twins, Dharma & Greg, Two Guys and a Girl, Sister-Sister and Beakman’s World. Kahn, who is a member of the Directors Guild of America, has produced and directed branded entertainment, television shows and network promos. On these projects she has directed a wide range of celebrities. Her long-form producing and directing endeavors have included Picture What Women Do for Lifetime Television and Voices for Elektra Entertainment.