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  • WELCOME!

    To the visual world of internationally published photographer Kevin Warn. Kevin is based out of Southern California but serves clients around the world. His creative visual style has given him the opportunity to have his work showcased in Japan, New York, Los Angeles and Orange County.

    Kevin consistently shoots for magazines, news outlets and clients that thrive for creative and high end work.

    Kevin loves to travel and has been to Africa, Amsterdam, Italy, Hawaii, Japan and all around the United States bringing back images for his gallery exhibits.

    This blog contains some mature content.

    Don't forget to connect with Kevin on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

    There is a large variety of work here so take some time and enjoy. Thank you for your support.

Heading to Morocco

I have an amazing opportunity to travel to Morocco with some world renown photographers and want you to be part of this once-in-a-lifetime trip.  I was bitten by the travel bug several years ago and I am hooked. My favorite part about traveling is immersing myself in cultures and returning home with images and stories in hopes of encouraging others to travel and explore the world. I have set up a gofundme page with awesome rewards such as prints, a limited edition book, dinner and much more. I want you to be part of my trip. Please click here to visit my gofundme page. Thanks and please share.

Jonathan Butler

I had the honor of photographing Jonathan Butler at the 2015 LHS Gala a little over a week ago. What an extremely humble and talented man. He has an amazing story including touring at age 7 and being the first black artist played by white radio stations in the racially segregated South Africa. Please click on his name to read more of his story and to listen to his music. I had full access to photograph his sound check so that is why he has glasses on in some photos and not others. 

Multiple Exposure Model Shoot – Canon 5D Mark III

Experimenting with the double exposure feature on my Canon 5D Mark III. All images were shot in camera and only the color was changed in PS. Definitely going to experiment more with this. Enjoy.

Steve Sievers - February 18, 2015 - 3:45 am

Awesome man.