Warren’s official photography career began just after High School graduation. Working as a Black-and-White lab technician, he developed film and made prints. This short stint gave him his first taste of the technical side of photography. Using that as a springboard, he joined the military where he was trained to be a motion picture/still photographer. Four years later, he secured job as a photo lab technician with a popular world-wide publication. He worked there for 35 years until retirement.

Although Warren spent many years in the “film” world, he was quick to latch onto the near-instantaneous feedback of digital photography. Picking up a camera again in 2006, he joined a camera club and began shooting. Considering himself a “generalist” photographer, he always seeks to photograph interesting subjects from a different perspective. Find his Flickr here.