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A little about me (so that you know I am a real person and not a spammer!)
Photographer Lynne Warberg has worked on assignment and on long term projects in the US and across the globe in Los Angeles, New York, Arizona, Florida, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Peru, Japan and Europe. Warberg worked on set shooting film stills for 15 years.
Her social documentary projects include, “Para Los Ninos”, depicting “latch key” children of illegal aliens residing in run down hotel rooms in downtown Los Angeles's Skid Row. The work helped raise funds for a much needed day care center. Other projects include Reaganomics: The Homeless of Venice Beach, CA. A series of B/W portraits and quotes from the mentally disabled homeless population forced into the streets after the closure of mental health facilities during the early 1980’s. Possession: Haiti’s Vodou Culture, which won her a NYFA Fellowship in Photography. Her lengthiest ongoing documentary project, "My Bipolar Son", www.mybipolarson.com, navigates a Mother's journey to find a diagnosis and treatment for her son suffering from rapid cycling mood disturbances since early childhood.
Lynne studied with the renowned scenic photographer Ansel Adams. Her work has been collected by numerous institutions and private collectors.
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The things I like most about the Sarasota/Manatee area
Our community pride to keep our natural resources pristine.