Rodell Warner is a photographer and graphic designer who works in Trinidad & Tobago.
In 2008 he showed a collection of drawings entitled "Tibus' Right Hand" in a group exhibition at the Alice Yard in Trinidad.
His first major work, "PhotoBooth", earned him national acclaim and was reviewed in the Caribbean art journal, Small Axe. This interactive photography project was presented at Trinidad Erotic Art Week 2009 and reinstalled at Erotic Art Week 2010.
In 2009 he also documented the choreographic process and performance of choreographer Dave Williams' latest work "SCAN", which premiered at the CoCo Dance Festival in the same year.
Between 2009 and 2010 Rodell documented workers employed in the Community-based Environment Protection and Enhancement Programme (CEPEP).
In 2010 he spent the Carnival season creating a photo documentary of the country's top Rapso band, 3Canal as they prepared for their 7th annual Carnival concert, Jamit.
Most recently, Rodell showed a collaborative project, "Cc: Everybody", with artist Brianna McCarthy at Erotic Art Week 2010. Cc:Everybody explores the modern dichotomy and interrelation between our public and private spaces.
In 2011 Rodell's CEPEP Worker portraits will be shown in the World Bank's "About Change" exhibition in Washington, DC. The exhibition runs until 2012.
See more here: http://www.rodellwarner.com