A leading music video director, Fu has worked with Daft Punk, Mark Ronson & The Strokes to curate groundbreaking videos.

Warren Fu is one of the world’s most innovative curators of music, film, and design. Initially a graduate from the University of California at Berkeley with a degree in Economics, Warren quickly changed his career path from the business world to the design world. Well known for his design of one of the villains in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith; the motorcycle terminators in Terminator Salvation; and various other effects in leading sci-fi films. He had already set a notable foundation in his design career before even conquering his personal goal: designing and directing music videos.

Warren quickly found a way to penetrate the music video industry with his groundbreaking artwork. Starting with small projects, such as the design of the album cover for the late artist Aaliyah, Fu’s remarkable design abilities did not go unnoticed. Soon after, he was working with some of the most renowned contemporary music artists. He has collaborated with artists such as The Strokes, Daft Punk, Mark Ronson, Q-Tip and The Killers. His versatile, yet consistently remarkable design abilities have seen him dubbed one of the most impressive music, design and video creatives working in the industry today.

Warren was a featured speaker at the New York edition of the Curator’s Conference in 2012.