Warren K. Bradley is a veteran in the fashion /art industry. Mr. Bradley has worked for such companies as Essence Magazine, WWD,Sportswear Intl., Creare de Sola (Italy), Oscar de la Renta, Girbaud, Indygo/Kenar, Unisa leathers, and many others. As an illustrator, he has worked for Pierre Cardin Menswear, New Yorker Magazine, PBS, CNN, Ruder Finn, and assorted other design/ illustration / consulting accounts. As the first African American Courtroom Artist (for a National network), he created illustrations and on-air graphics for ABC News, Nightline, and has covered high-profile cases such as First Lady Imelda Marcos, Sean (Puffy) Combs, and current President Donald Trump. He has been an educator for many years- teaching at FIT, Art Institute of New York, Parsons School of Design, (where he has taught in each of the 3 fashion divisions - BFA, AAS & Continuing Ed.), as well as having taught various age groups in public schools & workshops. Recently, he has exhibited his artwork and led workshops in galleries and museums, such as Leslie Lohman, and Studio Museum in Harlem.