Uncle Henry, Ph.D


 Missouri. California. Point Dume. Latin. Greek. Harvard. Humor. The Crimson. Boston. New York. L.A. Writer. Illustrator. Message reception. Children. Dogs. Corporate invention. Rural mountain living. UCLA. Spanish. Portuguese. Brazil. PhD. Beach. And KBN. 
Creator and CEO of KBN, Uncle Henry has been a leading innovator in American communication theory and practice for 30 years.

In 1978 his fledgling West Coast-based marketing and advertising services firm acquired, installed and advertised the first general-purpose PC computers used in American business, and since then his firm – now Prototype Entertainment – has served a wide array of distinguished U.S. and international corporations including leaders in technology, automotive, motion pictures, tourism and travel, fashion, transportation and toys. Clients from the oldest company on the New York Stock Exchange to the oldest and largest security firm in U.S. history.

Earlier in his career Hank directed the creative introduction of the first handheld electronic games as well as a wildly popular new generation of electronic pocket cameras. His strategic approach to creative invention based on information modeling has won frequent awards.

An expert on the pragmatics of human social cognition, the witty Harvard-educated academic scholar, marketing expert, and public speaker has analyzed nitwit products at the stand-up Comedy Store in Hollywood as well as offered models on transactional cognition at the 2007 academic congress of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness.

An expert as well in education practices and early literacy development, he is a strong advocate and lecturer on the critical importance of literacy in America’s future.

Hank holds an AB degree in Classics as well as an MA in Latin-American Studies and Ph.D. in Brazilian Literature.
Uncle Henry, Ph.D
Prototype Concepts


562 433-4352

P.O. Box 41310
Long Beach, California
United States
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