Warren Lam

Founder & Executive Creative Director

Creative Fugitives, Inc

Warren is a Content Creator with over 30 years experience in multiple disciplines, from advertising and branding to film and television. Born and raised in San Francisco, Warren attended Lowell High School, then went to San Jose State to study advertising and marketing. After graduation, he moved to New York to start a career as an advertising copywriter, where his first client was AT&T.  Since then, he’s worked for award winning ad agencies on their prestigious brands such as AT&T, Reebok, Philip Morris, General Motors, Pepsi, and Kellogg’s to name just a few. In 2000, he wrote, produced, directed and edited one of the first digital web series, “The Wendy Channel.”  

 

After 9-11 Warren moved to Los Angeles to be closer to family and start a new career working in the entertainment industry. He started as a video editor for unscripted TV shows. Some of his credits include “Extreme Makeover/Home Edition” for ABC, “Deadliest Catch” for Discovery, and “The Curse of Oak Island” for History. 

 

Warren also edited feature documentaries that played at various film festivals.  He started his company, Creative Fugitives, to produce and create his own library of content, where he teamed with executive producers and directors on features, tv shows and innovative trans media content.