Richard Warrington is a Photographer living in Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, BC.
Richard is a passionate photographer with a wide range of experience. While completing his undergraduate degree in Anthropology at the University of Victoria, Richard worked as the photo editor and lead photographer for the campus newspaper, The Martlet. He also photographed assignments for The Torch, UVic’s Alumni magazine. After university Richard continued to develop his photography skills and made the transition to digital equipment. He has done product photography for Hyundai, Nissan and Mercedes Benz and event photography for other automotive manufacturers.
In his personal work, Richard explores landscape photography, photojournalism and abstract work. In 2005 and again in 2010 Richard attended one week workshops with National Geographic Photographer Sam Abell at the Pacific Northwest Art School. The 2010 workshop called Project Whidbey resulted in a published book featuring the photo stories by the workshop participants.
Richard is influenced by the work of photographers Tim Wallace, Chase Jarvis, and Sam Abell.