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web related work

Examples of my photography used on other websites display a wide range of subjects.



Photography In celebration of the 400th year anniversary of Germans immigrating to America 1608-2008.


lecture demonstrations

Lecture Demonstrations and Workshops. Conducting my own workshops in Germany, Ireland, Italy, in New York City and throughout the USA.


JAZZ Gallery

JAZZ Gallery | Dave Douglas At Jazz Standard, Jeff Siegel, Steve Swell, Gebhard Ullmann, Lou Donaldson, Donald Harrison, Freddie Redd, and Eric Reed. Check out the Jazz SLIDESHOW.


print of the month

Monthly changing presentation of a unique print which you can order via or check.


ernst haas (1921-1986)

"A picture can be an answer as well as a question but if you can't answer your question try to question your question. There are clever questions and stupid answers as well as stupid questions and clever answers. There can be questions without answers but no answers without questions. To be or not to be — that is the question. To see or not to see — that is an answer."

— Ernst Haas



Photography and video production using advanced technology, for corporation, museums.


books & fine art prints

Among its various projects, Pix4notes is publishing a collection of specialist theme books. These books, in 5 x 4 inch format, feature the works of contemporary photographers taken either from photo assignments that have been published by the press in their entirety or from their individual research projects.


iPod video

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Reading between the lines of this entertaining story for young people, we detect the inner workings of the Self, the whole of who we are, with its fragile persona. The two stones become a metaphor for the young girl's parents. Out of the depths of the Self comes native wisdom and insight, and from the stones comes the basic text about relationships. Ron Teachworth is a writer who tells stories of depth to and about young people.

I spend a few days in upstate Michigan on Lake Michigan shooting Analisa and working closely with the writer Ron Teachworth. I wanted to give the project an interesting look so I used polaroid positive negative film to give an instant image and high quality negative for the prints.

Story: Ron Teachworth | Photography: Todd Weinstein


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