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Warren Faidley is an American adventurer, photojournalist, storm chaser and disaster survival expert. He is officially credited as the first, professional storm chasing photojournalist.

Warren and his images have appeared worldwide in National Geographic, The Weather Channel, the BBC, Discovery Channel, CNN, Fox News and many more. His photography has also been used for advertising and promotional work for Paul McCartney, Universal Pictures, Sheryl Crow, MTV, The NFL, NASCAR, Warner Bros., and thousands of books, editorial publications, television and social media outlets. A Google search under his unique name shows an average of over 100,000 references.

Pursuing thousands of individual thunderstorms, tropical cyclones and assorted natural disasters, Warren has survived a mind-numbing number of extreme and deadly situations, including hurricanes winds of 165 mph, tornadoes, lightning bolts, rattle snakes, gunfire, swarming spiders and even angry farmers with rusty pitch forks.

Warren began his pursuits at age 12 when he was carried away and nearly killed by a flash flood. A few weeks later he was riding his bike in to the core of violent dust devils.

In 1997 he captured the first tornado ever shot on motion picture film. He was a consultant for the motion picture Twister and serves as a disaster survival expert for corporate and media interests. He often provides live reports for news media and public safety outlets during extreme storm events. The media often refers to Warren as "America's Top Storm Chaser."

Warren is a graduate of the University of Arizona, a Certified Tactical Combat Medic (EMT), Registered Gemologist, Wildland Firefighter (past) and Pilot.

Warren's private activities include road bike riding (he is a former 25-mile Tour De Tucson and Tour De Phoenix champion), Historical Fencing (He is an instructor and Master of Defense in the SCA (Society of Creative Anachronism) and mineral collecting - with one of the most extensive collections of Bisbee, Arizona minerals in the world.

He resides in Tucson, Arizona.

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Media Credits List

USA Today
Tom Snyder
US News & World Report
Men's Journal
Rivaldo Rivera Live
Discovery HD Channel
The London Times
To Tell The Truth
Der Spiegel - Germany
Real TV
Fox News - The O'Reilly Factor
The New York Times
The LA Times
Discovery Channel World
The National Enquirer
The Arizona Republic
Panorama - Germany
The Arizona Daiily Star
Maury Povich Show
Popular Science
USA Today
Fox News / Breaking News - Sean Hannity, Neil Cavuto
American Photo
Terre Sauvage - France
The Tucson Weekly
Scientific American
The Associated Press
Popular Photography
Weekly Reader
The Learning Channel
Weatherwise Magazine
Photo District News
The Wall Street Journal
The History Channel
United Press International
Eye to Eye w/Connie Chung
The Washington Post
The Kansas City Star
South Dakota Public Radio
The Tucson Citizen
Time Magazine
The Weather Channel
Voice of America Television
Art Bell Radio Show
National Geographic
The Late, Late Show w/Craig Ferguson
Fox News with Greta Van Susteren

Clients and Sponsors List (Partial)

Canada Goose
Paul McCartney
Wells Fargo
Johnson & Johnson
Warner Bros.
Universal Studios
Miller Brewing Company
Johnny Walker

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