Born to a famed desert archaeologist and anthropologist father and a renowned preservationist historian mother, Jonathan Warren grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, the most visited city in the world.

He is the Chairman of the Liberace Foundation for the Performing and Creative Arts, Honorary Consul of the Principality of Monaco, Founding President of Academy Francophone which became Alliance Francaise of Las Vegas, and the Nevada Committee on Foreign Relations, which became the Las Vegas World Affairs Council.

Having worked in his youth as everything from field archaeologist and cattle herder to room service waiter to financier, he has become a theme licensor, curator, producer and speaker. Consul Warren is something of a renaissance man who enjoys traveling the world, great theater, fine wine, uncovering lost history, and his astonishingly diverse, multicultural cadre of friends and relatives.

Quoted or featured by diverse publications from Desert Companion to Forbes, to Reuters, to the cover the Wall Street Journal, Consul Warren has curated exhibits at the Liberace Garage, Wick Costume Museum, Monte Carlo Fashion Week, the Paris Museum of Modern Art, the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, the MET Gala and more. He has produced licensed theming for television streaming including The Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore (Youtube), Mozart in the Jungle (Amazon Video) and The Jim Gaffigan Show (TV Land); for the live stage including the Costume Designers Guild 2015; and the GRAMMY Awards 2019 (Cardi B featuring Chloe Flower); for video games including Family Guy The Quest For Stuff (TinyCo, Fox Digital Ent.); film including Bladerunner 2049 (Ridley Scott); for live stage productions including Macklemore and Kesha Gemini Tour (Las Vegas), Philip Fortenberry and Chloe Flower; for music video including Chloe Flower (Carol of the Bells, Sony Masterworks); and music licensing including for the 2020 Adidas Oscars campaign.


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  • Speaker
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  • Producer