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Corey Warren

8040 Mary Ave. NW #B

Seattle, WA 98117

208.720.5364 | @loveyerland

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Thanks to REI, Idarado Media, Sun Valley Company, Matador Network, and many others for being top notch clients. 

Special thanks to Michael Dyrland, Katie Ann PlickWil Drake, Matt McDonald, Justin Bilancieri, Alex Hamlin, Mattias Evangelista and Dylan Hallett for the extra love on some of these collaborations.



I was co-founder of a shop called INNATE in Bellingam, WA, where we screen printed shirts, hosted art and music events, and created a community around art and the outdoors. This video was produced as a marketing piece co-directed by myself, Mattias Evangelista and Dylan Hallett for the Love your Land shirt which we produced at INNATE in 2012.


Produced by Matt McDonald and co-directed by myself, this piece was a stinger promo for INNATE's engaging and creative retail environment; a play on the typical consumer model of turn and burn. We aimed to create an intellectual and creative atmosphere which shared space for both production (creation) and retail (consumption), and found a balance serving our community with positive artistic influence. 


Shot and edited by Wil Drake and Empty Roll Productions, produced by me, this short piece chronicles the evening we showcased the second installment of the Northwest-inspired art show called the Cascade Collection: Maiden Voyage; an all-female artist show benefitting local Women's care shelters, DVSAS and The Agape House. 


This is my submission for the Leavenworth Framed Photographer Contest in September 2014, an invite only photo contest showcasing Leavenworth, Washington's multitude of outdoor and in-town activities. I was up against photographers regularly submitting to Patagonia, Powder Magazine and the like, but felt at ease in my favorite place- the Great Outdoors. The story chronicled the adventures of Hansel and Little Shred Riding Hood, an unlikely duo from fables-past, as they take to trail around the gorgeous mountains and rivers of the North Cascades.