Artist William James Warren

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WJW: "I strive to distill the essence of what I see, feel and imagine into competing visual form, with the great possible depth and economy. I seek images with a narrative, which invite curiosity and reward contemplation."
Self-educated in photography, William's career began in 1965, as a Combat Photographer/Reporter for the 101st Airborne Division, U. S. Army, in Vietnam. On his discharge in 1966, he began freelancing, compelled to record the Counterculture, Anti-War and Civil Rights Movements of the '60s and '70s.
His early clients include: United Press International, Los Angeles /Free Press, L. A. Times - West Magazine, Associated Press, Newsweek, Time, Life, LOOK, Psychology Today, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, et al.
After LOOK's final demise in 1979, he began shooting for organizations and corporations: NASA - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Lockheed, Fluor, National Semiconductor, Gladstone Medical Institutes, Agrigenetics, NYSE, and many others. Thousands of Licenses have been issued for reproduction of his work, globally, in all fields of media and publishing.
Awards included: American Instutue of Graphic Arts Eastman Kodak, Communication Arts. Graphis, Art Direction, Graphic Design, USA, Finacial World, Print Magazines; New York, Western and Los Angeles Art Director's Clubs. 
William Warren's  work is included in the permanent collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum. 
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