Chris Warren

Chris Warren

112 Productions/112 Media
Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Director of Photography, First Assistant Camera and Gaffer/lighting Technician

Los Angeles, California

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December 2014
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About Chris

Chris Warren is a Los Angeles based Director of Photography. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Radio-TV-Film, with an emphasis on film production from California State University, Fullerton. It wasn't long before Chris began collaborating with distinguished and respected directors, creating an awareness of 'cinematic reality' by achieving precise artistic and technical decisions related to the image.

Since graduating in 2009, he has shot several projects, including short films, web series, commercials, music videos, and independent features. He has also had the privilege of working with talent such as James Kyson (Heroes), Allison Scagliotti (Warehouse 13), Bridget Marquardt (Girls Next Door), Graham Beckel (LA Confidential), and NFL MVP Drew Brees.

As a cinematographer, he is always looking for a great story to bring to life. Chris's bodies of work include both film and HD digital formats. "Film has a distinct look and feel, I just love it. I'll shoot film any day, any time." When he's not the cinematographer on set, he continues to expand his knowledge by gaffing, or camera operating. Chris is currently in preproduction on the his next project, "The Blank Generation" with director Manual Baeza.
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  • Miami Dead County

    Miami Dead County (2016)
    Film (short) by D.J. Amerson (Horror and Thriller) Cinematographer

  • Truck'd Up

    Truck'd Up (2015)
    TV Movie by Gabriel Cowan (Comedy) Art department A rag tag group of misfits try to get a food truck up and running but they need a budding chef with an out-of-the box menu concept to help beat their competitors. Business isn't easy with an annoying adversary out to ruin them.

  • Don't Worry About It

    Don't Worry About It (2015)
    Film (short) by Chris Frint (Drama) Cinematographer After a tragic accident leaves him dead, Miles wakes up in a white room seated across from a mysterious doppelganger. Miles must trust this doppelganger if he is going to come to terms with what has happened to him.

  • The Startup

    The Startup (2015)
    Television (Comedy) Cinematographer A comedy series about a brown guy (Manish) who leaves his cushy job in Canada to work for the hottest startup in LA, Pump'd Entertainment. Complications arise when his dream job starts to turn into a nightmare because of the lack of clear business plan, and his questionable co-workers. Written by Manoj Rao

  • Barracuda

    Barracuda (2015)
    Film by Michael Faner (Drama) Cinematographer

  • I Regret to Inform You

    I Regret to Inform You (2015)
    Film (short) by Philip St. Gelais (Drama) Cinematographer Captain Jarred Cole knows a deep secret about a fellow Marine who is killed in action. When he is sent to inform the family of the death, he realizes the truth comes at a cost and must decide how much to tell.

  • Man in a Cage

    Man in a Cage (2015)
    Film by Colter Johnson (Drama) Cinematographer

  • Roughing It

    Roughing It (2015)
    Film (short) by Pierson Stone (Drama and Family) Cinematographer 15 Year old Paul is sent to live with his estranged Grandfather after the sudden death of his mother. The two face the challenges of bridging the generational gap while also struggling to become family.

  • Treintañera

    Treintañera (2015)
    Film (short) by Diego Londoño (Comedy and Romance) Cinematographer Through the persuasion of her Abuela, Valentina has her quince años party on her thirtieth birthday, only to have things go horribly wrong.

  • The Gift and the Sin

    The Gift and the Sin (2015)
    Film (short) by Mike Miller (Family) Cinematographer, Editor A short family story about three boys who learn an important lesson about right and wrong when they take money from their church Sunday school fund and use it to gamble playing basket ball in a scheme to try to make more money to purchase a gift for their church pastor's birthday. The story begins with a boy named Matthew who is talking with his father and Matthew's father opens up a story of an occasion when he was a child. The story then flashes back 30 years or so into the past when Matthew's father (Michael) is sitting in Sunday school with other children. During their Sunday school class, the Sunday school teacher makes an announcement to the children that their church pastor's birthday is coming up and the class contributes money to their Sunday school fund for a birthday gift. When the teach and other children leave the room, Michael and his two friends, Paul and Joshua come up with a scheme to steal the Sunday school money to use it to gamble playing basketball with three ... Written by Mike Miller

  • Follower

    Follower (2015)
    Film (short) by Alex J. Mann (Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Cinematographer

  • Dark Specter

    Dark Specter (2015)
    Television (Action and Comedy) Cinematographer When the devilish Dark Specter decides to make his move and try to secure the first step in his nefarious plans, it is up to the heroic Spark to confront him, however an unwanted guest turns up to disrupt this epic battle to the death.

  • The Warning

    The Warning (2015)
    Film by Dirk Hagen (Horror) Cinematographer Determined to get ahead in the competitive world of TV journalism, a woman investigates a local legend of people vanishing at the hands of a satanic cult but finds that she herself becomes the hunted.

  • SPHINX: Genesis

    SPHINX: Genesis (2015)
    Film (short) by Christian Pichler (Sci-Fi and Thriller) Cinematographer While tracing the true identity of a young boy a group of historic conspirators find themselves in a net of lies and become the target of a powerful group known as the Illuminati. During their attempt to uncover the riddles of ancient monuments in connection with extraterrestrial life they cross dimensions and witness their own assassinations. As unofficial government agents close in, the young boy reveals his identity to the Illuminati and sets off an extraterrestrial war way beyond human comprehension.

  • Lake Eerie

    Lake Eerie (2015)
    Film by Chris Majors (Horror, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A young widow moves into an old house on Lake Erie to recover from the sudden loss of her husband; however, she soon discovers a dark secret and that she is not alone.

  • Showstopper: Greatest Show in L.A.

    Showstopper: Greatest Show in L.A. (2014)
    Film (short) by John Patrick Lordan (Comedy) Cinematographer Can JAY MEYERSON hold his Hollywood based Cirque show together when Canadian Corporate brass are sent to close it down for good? SHOWSTOPPER is a fictionalized retelling of the closing of "IRIS" by Cirque Du Soleil. Guy Silcox shows up to his new Hollywood dream job to learn that the show is CLOSING. Show Manager Jay Meyerson tries to keep his cast together once the news of the show closure is dropped by the vile Maurice and Human Resources baddie Nat. To add to the frenzy, the president of S.M.A.C.K. shows up with the former love interest of our backstage hero Jay, and decides that maybe this show isn't ready to close. Especially with it's new star! Created by three employees at the Cirque Du Soleil show "IRIS" while it was closing, this script shines with international humor. It was performed live at one of the closing parties for "IRIS," and reminds us all that the show MUST go on, even when the curtain is repossessed.

  • Terror Strikes

    Terror Strikes (2014)
    Film (short) by Chris Frint (Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Cinematographer Something has been unearthed in a small, coastal California town. But for young babysitter Alice, the terror might be closer than she thinks.

  • Out of Breath

    Out of Breath (2014)
    Film (short) by Chris Frint (Horror) Cinematographer Ben gets more then he could imagined when his girlfriend Jenna returns from her trip. He finds himself confronting a terrifying presence that will do whatever it can to claim his soul.

  • The Christmas Gift

    The Christmas Gift (2014)
    Film (short) by Chris Kato (Drama and Family) Cinematographer A divorced man from Jewish descent, Larry, is trying to earn money, on the night of Christmas Eve, to buy his daughter a Teddy Bear she wants for Christmas. Larry goes out into the night trying to find a job to pay for the gift, and on his journey his act of kindness towards strangers ultimately lets him achieve his goal by sending his daughter the Teddy Bear. Written by Anonymous

  • Stalled Love

    Stalled Love (2014)
    Film (short) by Stephen Cunnane (Animation, Adventure, Comedy and Romance) Cinematographer, Camera and Electrical Department In a desperate display of professing his love, a Men's bathroom sign ventures across the dangerous large world of an office building hallway to reach his beloved, a Women's bathroom sign.

  • The Criminal Profiler

    The Criminal Profiler (2014)
    Film (short) by Steven Swadling (Mystery, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Cinematographer, Editor, Sound department After the townsfolk witnessed a rare celestial phenomenon trailing the Camelopardalis meteor shower, people are on edge. Crime rate has risen and there is concern for the small quite town of Prairie Pines. A government official from a neighboring town has been sent to investigate the strange behavior among some of the local teens and attempt to ease the tension and set things right. Never before has Prairie Pines ever experienced the nature of true crime. The official, quickly learns he needs to switch gears and sets in to track down the source behind the mysterious events that have been happening. With a twist of drama and suspense, this film will keep you guessing. Written by Anonymous

  • Gym Rat

    Gym Rat (2014)
    Film (short) by Steven Swadling (Comedy) Cinematographer, Editor An aspiring actor needs to whip into shape for an upcoming roll and joins the ranks of the stereotypical gym goers.

  • Head Over Heels

    Head Over Heels (2014)
    Film (short) by Skyko (Comedy and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department An overzealous young man falls head over heels for a girl he's only just met. An intimidating, dangerous ex-boyfriend steps out from the shadows and may put their romance to the test.

  • Knockout

    Knockout (2014)
    Television (Reality-TV) Camera and Electrical Department Nine boxers are picked to train with three of the best trainers in the world to fight in three wight classes to train and win the ultimate Boxing match to go professional and fight with the best Boxers in the world.

  • Sherlock Homes: Detective of the Barrio

    Sherlock Homes: Detective of the Barrio (2013)
    Film (short) by Chris Frint (Action and Comedy) Cinematographer, Producer Sherlock Homes(detective of the barrio) and his sidekick Johnny Watson are on the case to find a stolen CD book filled with illegally downloaded studio albums.

  • Black & Blue

    Black & Blue (2013)
    Film (short) by Charles Peppers (Drama) Cinematographer Skye, president of a high-caliber fraternity, struggles with his sexuality upon learning that an openly gay freshman is interested in joining the brotherhood.

  • Donna

    Donna (2013)
    Film (short) by Billy Davidson (Adventure, Comedy and Drama) Cinematographer Two foster kids try to order a sex doll

  • Maxwell Klein & Co.

    Maxwell Klein & Co. (2013)
    Film (short) by Miguel David Cala (Comedy and Drama) Cinematographer The tale of a man, his mannequin, and a real girl. Maxwell Klein Jr. is the orphaned heir to his father's business, a movie studio that specialized in 80's campy horror films. Now merely a prop house, Maxwell runs it from behind the scenes while maintaining a private relationship at home with a mannequin. When Wendy, a young filmmaker, comes into his prop house, his world is turned upside down when she invites herself over for dinner. Written by Anonymous

  • Life Coach

    Life Coach (2013)
    Film (short) by Adam Rosenfeld (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Cinematographer, Editor

  • Pressure

    Pressure (2013)
    Film (short) by Manuel Baeza (Thriller) Cinematographer Two women struggling with debt, come up with a plan on how to make some extra cash, fast.

  • The Treason

    The Treason (2013)
    Film (short) by Dil Shrestha (Drama, Romance and Thriller) Cinematographer When a loving husband finds out his wife has been cheating, he sets out on a journey to eliminate everyone who comes in between their relationship.

  • The Break Up

    The Break Up (2013)
    Film (short) by Chris Frint (Comedy and Romance) Cinematographer Ted is tired of his girlfriend, Sarah, and attempts to break up with her.

  • You've Probably Dated My Mom!

    You've Probably Dated My Mom! (2013)
    Television (Comedy) Cinematographer Follow the overly energetic and audacious Francine as she tries to systematically date every man, woman and couple in a three state radius while encouraging her two daughters, Beth and Jess, to take life by the balls.

  • The Bomb Shelter

    The Bomb Shelter (2013)
    Television (Comedy) Cinematographer

  • Arachnoplilia

    Arachnoplilia (2013)
    Film (short) by Jaswant Dev Shrestha (Comedy and Romance) Cinematographer A conservative nutritionist takes a chance on love with a quirky engineer who is obsessed with spiders.

  • The Situation

    The Situation (2013)
    Television (Comedy) Cinematographer A show based around relationships/friends and all of the real problems they endure. Told through Comedic form.

  • Art of Academia

    Art of Academia (2013)
    Film (short) by Pierson Stone (Comedy and Drama) Cinematographer Peter, an upstanding youth, is told to shadow Kevin, a high school rebel, on his first day of public high school.

  • Deadly Revenge

    Deadly Revenge (2013)
    TV Movie by Michael Feifer (Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Charming LA architect Harrison, also a great cook and lover, gets engaged to Cate, a San Francisco landscape architect he meets while collaborating on a major project, after they get locked in by a malfunctioning elevator. She moves to LA for him and volunteers, while he's on mission in Tokyo, to mind his widowed mother Evelyn, still a major force in his life. However Cate gets paranoid when feeling weak and hearing rumors that his former girlfriend disappeared mysteriously years earlier, even cancels the engagement. Then the truth gets out, clearing Harrison and uncovering a lurking danger. Written by KGF Vissers

  • 45 Days

    45 Days (2013)
    Film by Lucas Lee Graham (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Off Leash

    Off Leash (2013)
    Film (short) by Yukilynn McElvain (Comedy and Musical) Camera and Electrical Department Jeff is a writer from Wisconsin who came to Hollywood(with his dog) to realize his dreams. He wants to be a writer for television, but it's been five years and the only job Jeff can get is writing 'mommy blogs'. Jeff will not give up. To play with his dog and get inspiration Jeff goes to his favorite place every day, the off leash dog park. 'There is so much drama here!' he says. The crazy characters in the dog park play out fantasy scenes in Jeff's head of what he believes to be the next hit show. Will there ever be true harmony in the animal kingdom and with humans alike? Find out when dogs and their owners go...' Off Leash''! Written by Anonymous

  • We've Got Balls

    We've Got Balls (2013)
    Film by Cherie Kerr (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department The film keys in on the proverbial David vs. Goliath scenario when the filthy-rich land developer, Vivian Brechner, decides not to renew the lease on a bowling alley in a small town so that, together with a local avaricious tribal Indian chief, she can tear it down to make way for a gambling casino. What happens when the 52 people in Fountain Springs learn that Fountain Bowl-the "only thing they've got"-is teetering on destruction? Their community lifestyle, as they have known it, is about to come to an abrupt and tragic end. This is when the townsfolk get word in the Fountain Spray newspaper, and, all hell breaks loose! How could the fate of something as simple and innocent as a bowling alley get so complicated? Well, it just does. The story gets messy, tense, suspenseful and, oh, so very funny. In the end, we learn who will win. Who will loose. And who's got balls! Written by Cherie Kerr

  • The Interrogation

    The Interrogation (2013)
    Film (short) by Drew Mylrea (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Does Detective Henry have his facts straight about Johnny?

  • Summer Dream

    Summer Dream (2013)
    Film by Tyler Nisbet (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A recent law school graduate is offered a dream job at a major firm, but doesn't take it. Instead he runs away to a southern California beach town where he finds himself unexpectedly forming relationships with the people he meets.

  • Waiting for SuperMEN?!

    Waiting for SuperMEN?! (2013)
    Film (short) by Maryam Myika Day (Adventure, Comedy and Fantasy) Camera and Electrical Department Dissatisfied with her lackluster sex life, Rhonda finds new ways to tickle her fancy. A little imagination can go a long way.

  • Erick Bolivar: Complete

    Erick Bolivar: Complete (2013)
    Film (short) by Raul Perez (Music) Editorial department

  • The Daylight Savings Conspiracy

    The Daylight Savings Conspiracy (2012)
    Film (short) by Chris Frint (Comedy and Drama) Cinematographer, Producer A student attempts to get out of trouble by explaining to his professor about an outlandish conspiracy.

  • Random

    Random (2012)
    Film (short) by D.J. Amerson (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Cinematographer After several seemingly coincidental meetings with "the perfect woman," Thomas Wright is faced with the choice to pursue an ordinary relationship with the woman of his dreams or to challenge a higher power to prove that she is his soul mate. This romantic comedy takes an intellectual turn when the characters explore what they believe. Are two people drawn to each other because they are "meant to be?" Or are we just random particles that occasionally collide? Written by D.J. Amerson

  • Jonezen: Buried by Six

    Jonezen: Buried by Six (2012)
    Film (short) by Raul Perez (Music) Cinematographer

  • Beneath the Veil: Father Figure

    Beneath the Veil: Father Figure (2012)
    Film (short) by Raul Perez (Music) Cinematographer A teenager turns to music as his way of forgetting the chaos his father always brought to the family.

  • Blackout

    Blackout (2012)
    Film (short) by Chris Frint (Horror and Thriller) Cinematographer, Producer A horror thriller set in a small town during a wave of mysterious blackouts. A couple decide to check up on their friend during a blackout only to be attacked by a deranged serial killer who uses the darkness to increase his body count.

  • A Star for Christmas

    A Star for Christmas (2012)
    TV Movie by Michael Feifer (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department The only thing that is working in Cassie's world is her small town business. Her Christmas Cupcakery is a huge success, but her love life is a mess. Cassie's whole universe is turned upside down when she falls in love with a co-worker who is revealed to be the famous and notoriously troubled actor Alex Gray. There's no denying that Alex and Cassie are in love, but can their relationship survive the pressure of Hollywood and the holidays? Written by Anonymous

  • Erick Bolivar: Amar Solo Es Amar

    Erick Bolivar: Amar Solo Es Amar (2012)
    Film (short) by Raul Perez (Music) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Singing Moon

    Singing Moon (2012)
    Film (short) by Chiyume Sugawara (Drama, Music and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department On the eve of his wedding anniversary, Lloyd, a talented up and coming musician, tragically dies in a car accident while arguing with his brother John. One year later, Lloyd's spirit, still longing to be with his wife Pamela, inhabits a guilt-ridden John. Written by Anonymous

  • Young Money

    Young Money (2012)
    Film (short) by Kyle Soehngen (Drama and Music) Camera and Electrical Department Yearning to be heard, Raymond, a YouTube savvy, wannabe rapper, is desperate to enter a talent competition promising fame and fortune. When begging his mother for the entry fee money doesn't work, Raymond takes matters into his own hands and his recklessness changes the lives around him forever. Written by Anonymous

  • Zero Dark Thirty

    Zero Dark Thirty (2012)
    Film by Kathryn Bigelow (Drama, History and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew Maya is a CIA operative whose first experience is in the interrogation of prisoners following the Al Qaeda attacks against the U.S. on the 11th September 2001. She is a reluctant participant in extreme duress applied to the detainees, but believes that the truth may only be obtained through such tactics. For several years, she is single-minded in her pursuit of leads to uncover the whereabouts of Al Qaeda's leader, Osama Bin Laden. Finally, in 2011, it appears that her work will pay off, and a U.S. Navy SEAL team is sent to kill or capture Bin Laden. But only Maya is confident Bin Laden is where she says he is. Written by Jim Beaver <>

  • Busted

    Busted (2011)
    Film (short) by Victor Odukoya (Drama) Cinematographer An attractive girl walked into a bar and caught the attention of Ben, a mischievous husband of an honest woman, Mandi. Ben worked out a fast way to entice the attractive girl and persuaded her to go home with him while his wife was at work. Things didn't work out well for Ben this time, as Mandie came home to find out how her husband spends his day while she is away at work. Mandie stood and watched her husband throughout the embarrassing and dramatic situation, while lost in shock and grief. Written by Anonymous

  • Under the Doghouse

    Under the Doghouse (2011)
    Television (Comedy) Cinematographer, Editorial department, Actor

  • Tell

    Tell (2011)
    Film (short) by William Green (Mystery) Cinematographer

  • Ready to Breathe

    Ready to Breathe (2011)
    Film (short) by Ashley Luu (Drama, Mystery and Romance) Cinematographer An isolated young woman is disillusioned with her past as her best friend tries to help her cope with a traumatic accident and bring her back to reality.

  • Blue

    Blue (2011)
    Film (short) by Tomm Gillies (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Birds of a Feather

    Birds of a Feather (2011)
    Film by Anthony Meindl (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department A life in show biz. Everyone wants to be in it. The glamor. The fame. The money. The excitement. The adoring public. The trouble-free life. But what about the rejections? The failures? The fear? The day-to-day existence as an artist who can't get any work? Or gives up trying? What happens when the approaching impending doom of the age of forty further reveals to you just how much you haven't done in your life? Written by Anonymous

  • End of Forever

    End of Forever (2010)
    Film (short) by William Green (Drama and Romance) Cinematographer, Camera and Electrical Department, Editor A couple shares their final moments together, reflecting on the night they met amongst other moments from their relationship.

  • En passant

    En passant (2010)
    Film (short) by Chris Frint (Drama) Cinematographer, Editor A young teen helps an elderly man rediscover the value of life.

  • The Man Inside

    The Man Inside (2010)
    Film (short) by Chris Warren (Drama, Fantasy and War) Cinematographer, Camera and Electrical Department, Editor, Producer, Director, Writer A painter's artwork reveals the harsh reality of war.

  • A Stranger Hero

    A Stranger Hero (2010)
    Film (short) by William Green (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department, Editor, Sound department After spending three years in a psychiatric facility, a broken man seeks redemption for the loss of his daughter and finds it in a strange but selfless act.

  • Jackrabbit

    Jackrabbit (2010)
    Film by Diane Ambruso (Drama, Mystery and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department, Actor A young man comes home from college to run off with his high school sweetheart, only to become embroiled in a mystery involving an alluring housekeeper and his mother's death many years prior. Set on a mountain ranch, this coming of age tale harkens back to the color Noirs of the 1950's, such as 'Niagara' and 'Leave Her to Heaven.' Written by Anonymous

  • Shut Up and Run!

    Shut Up and Run! (2009)
    Film (short) by Chris Warren (Adventure, Comedy, Crime and Drama) Cinematographer, Camera and Electrical Department, Editor, Producer, Director, Writer After witnessing an incident, two buddies Bryan and Joe run for their lives.

  • Sunset Valley

    Sunset Valley (2008)
    Film (short) by Chris Warren (Drama and Western) Cinematographer, Editor, Producer, Director, Writer, Composer Two longtime friends are divided by a mysterious object.

  • The Incomparable Jackie Richardson

    The Incomparable Jackie Richardson (2008)
    Film by Lana Lovell (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew Showcases the powerful stage presence of Jackie Richardson, joined in performance by keyboardist Doug Riley, bassist Dave Young, guitarist Ted Quinlan, drummer Ben Riley and singer Kim Richardson.

  • Kike Like Me

    Kike Like Me (2007)
    TV Movie by Jamie Kastner (Documentary, Biography and History) Miscellaneous Crew With "Gentleman's Agreement" as his jumping off point, Jamie Kastner asks who's a Jew, and does it matter. He'll answer the question, "Are you Jewish?" with a yes to see how people react. Brooklyn's Hassidic community embraces him and gives him a bar mitzvah. He visits Pat Buchanan who ends their conversation abruptly when Kastner presses Buchanan on whether all Jews are alike. He travels to Israel, London, Paris, Berlin, and Krakow talking to Jews about how they are seen by others and asking non-Jews what they think of Jews. He then goes to Auschwitz where he refuses to be a tourist. He ends the trip at his local bagel shop. Virtually everywhere, he finds irony and prejudice. Written by <>


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