Unanimously selected as the Asian American Art Alliance's 2022 Van Lier Fellow, Connor Sen Warnick is a Chinese American filmmaker, writer, and researcher with an extensive background in fine arts and avant-garde cinema. Employing a rigorous formal and investigative approach to narrative fiction filmmaking, Warnick’s work probes questions of personal identity, mysteries of the everyday, and the codes that people live by. His recent films, which include Late, by any Clock (2021) and The Colorless Creek (2019), have screened at Anthology Film Archives, The Tank, and Syndicated Theater.
A lifelong New Yorker, Warnick received his B.A. in both Visual Art and Film Studies from Columbia University in 2018. He is currently based in Lower Manhattan's Chinatown.