b. 1967. Nantwich, UK.

Warren Fournier is a Manchester-based photographer. His work is reflective and reflexive in nature, and explores intimate relationships, memories, and experiences. A natural introvert, he is intrigued by the way the camera allows him to emotionally detach to get closer to his subject and fully explore the possibilities that offers - something he would not otherwise be able to do. Fascinated by the mutable qualities of light, of cropped frames, and visual thresholds, Fournier increasingly explores the bounds of visual perception and the conventional photographic subject; he continues to explore these elements alongside his pursuit of self-understanding and truth. His work is often Abstract, cryptic and symbolic.  Additionally, he has provided documentary work for Castlefield Gallery, UHC.org, James Moss & the Create Salford Festival. A graduate of the BA (hons) Photography program at the University of Salford, UK, attaining first-class honours he is currently developing new work and seeking out collaborations that compliment his practice.