Freedom Found, Warren Miller's autobiography, is a “tale even more personal, fascinating and beautiful than any of Warren Miller’s films." –The Skier’s Journal

The cover of Freedom Found, Warren Miller's autobiography

Freedom Found begins in Depression-era Hollywood, where Warren Miller grew up in an unloving, dysfunctional home. Warren lost his first love to cancer, survived a family embezzlement, and staved off numerous financial disasters. Through it all, he managed to keep his sense of adventure and humor in tact.

On October 15, 1924, I was born on a kitchen table in a small house on Avocado Street below the then-tony Los Feliz Hills in East Hollywood, California...continue reading Chapter 1

Early one day in the fall of 1931, my father announced that he’d gotten an option deal that would let the family move to a place called the Encino Country...continue reading Chapter 2

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Freedom Found covers 512 pages, includes 116 rarely seen photographs, and won a 2016 ISHA Ullr Award

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