Award-winning photojournalist Warman dead at 91

Warman passed away at his home in Queens, New York after suffering heart and kidney failure on Friday (16Apr10).

The photographer began his career at the New York Herald Tribune, where he worked for over 20 years until the publication folded in 1966. He moved into freelance photography and landed awards for his portraits of celebrities and world leaders, including Kennedy, literary legend Hemingway and former British prime minister Winston Churchill.

Warman is survived by his son Richard and his brother Earl Warman.