Collection: Bruce Warren

Bruce Warren has been a photographer, photography educator, and author for more than 30 years. He  has an MFA in Photography from Ohio University, Athens, and is the author of two widely used photography textbooks,  Photography 2e,  Photography: The Concise Guide and Digital Photography all available from and other major bookstores.

Bruce taught photography at Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland, from 1976 to 2000, was coordinator of their photography program from 1988 to 2000, and was instrumental in establishing a complete two-year professional photography curriculum. He was awarded a Fulbright Teacher Exchange in 1994-95, during which he taught photography at London College of Printing in England.

Bruce's first career was in physics and math, which he taught at the University of Liberia for four years. Photography played a role in his life from the age of eight, beginning with a Brownie Hawkeye camera. He soon took over the family camera for Kodachrome slides of the family trips. While he was teaching in Liberia, photography began to consume more and more of his time, and on his return to the US, he took his MFA in photography and began teaching. Now retired from teaching, Bruce works on his photography out of his house in Los Alamos, New Mexico.