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Bio

Adam L. Weintraub

 

Adam L. Weintraub is a professional photographer and serial entrepreneur who proudly hails from Seattle. He is widely published, collected, hired and admired for his personal work.

 

His book, Vista Andina, offers a contemporary photographic perspective on the Andean region of Peru.

 

For more than 10 years, his PhotoExperience.net workshops and photo tours have been offering insight and creative collaboration in an intimate setting throughout South America.

 

Adam currently serves as Vice-Chair for the Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle – an institution close to his heart with a long history of assisting up & coming image-makers. He has coordinated efforts to create a permanent archive of the famed Peruvian indigenous photographer, Martin Chambi. Also, he is a past three-term President and 8 term Director of Blue Earth Alliance.

 

Adam’s current pet-project is the Museo del Pisco in Cusco, bringing this magical elixir to the masses.

 

 

Published (selected):

Art In America, GEO, The New York Times, IN Magazine (LAN), SOMOS, Caras, Cosas, El Commercio, Variety, IFC, Sasquatch Books, Lucky Magazine, Food & Wine, Money Magazine, ArtForum, TATE ETC, Contemporary, Seattle Magazine, Northwest Home & Garden, Scripps, ENCORE!, Wireless Review, Inside Counsel, Virtuoso, Primedia, Arts Patron Magazine, VODKA MAG, The Stranger, Seattle P-I, Seattle Times & Seattle Weekly.

 

Clients (selected):

HBO, Sasquatch Books, The City of Seattle, Virtuoso, San Antonio Art Museum, PromPeru, TriFilm, Rockbox, Microsoft, Safeco, Nordstrom, 4Culture, Henry Art Gallery, Publicis, Hunter Public Relations, RCA Records & NBC Studios, Seattle Goodwill, Seattle Folklife Festival, City Club, William Traver Gallery, James Harris Gallery, Aqua Art Miami, Intiman, Artist Trust, Lakeside School, University of Washington, Tufts University, The Seattle Opera, The Seattle Theatre Group – The Paramount & Moore Theatres, The Seattle Art Museum, Bellevue Art Museum, Consolidated Works, Thread for Art, The Seattle Center, Pilchuck Glass, Kenneth Cole, Gene Juarez Salons, Etherea Salons, ChelseaHenry, Discover Card, Donald Byrd, Spectrum Dance, Eddie Bauer, Merrill Corp, Vain Salon, Freehold Theater, Wired Magazine, KNDD & Entercorp Radio, La Panzanella, Casa Latina

 

Awards: 4Culture 2006 Special Projects grant recipient for, Emerging Northwest, a summary of art, financing and the growth of the Northwest Arts.

 

Books: Vista Andina, A photographic Perspective on Contemporary Life in the Andes, by Adam L. Weintraub

 

In the Making: Creative Options for Contemporary Art, by Linda Weintraub

Eliminate Chaos by Laura Leist

 

Lectures: University of Washington; Photographic Center Northwest; Palacio Tupaq Yupanqui, Cusco; PhotoExpo, NYC; International League of Conservation Photographers, Inaugural Session, Anchorage, Alaska; Seattle University; Galeria Indigo, Lima; Wide World Books, Seattle;

 

Films: The Last Campaign, by Just Media & HBO (Oscar Nominated); Outsourced by Shadowcatcher Entertainment; Brand Upon the Brain by The Film Company & Guy Maddin

 

Co-Created-

Workshops: Alex Webb; Linda Connor; Lonnie Graham; Jerry Spagnoli; Harvey Stein; Bruce Barnbaum; Rebecca Norris Webb; Claire Garoutte; Eirik Johnson; Daniel Milnor; Florian Schulz; Nevada Wier; Jeffrey Chapman

Activities: Founder: PhotoExperience photo excursions and community building in Peru with culinary highlights

Co-Founder: Martín Chambi Permanent Archives Project, a cataloguing and conservation project

Former-President: Blue Earth Alliance, an enlightened non-profit educating through photography.

Co-Founder: Freelance Advisory Board, Youth In Focus, 2001-2002

Co-Founder: Print Sponsorship Program, Photographic Center Northwest

 

Exhibitions (selected):

“Vista Andina” June 2010, Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle, WA

“Vista Andina” July 2010, Galeria Indigo, San Isidro, Lima, Perú

“Vista Andina” July 2010, Sala de Cultura, Palacio Inka Tupac Yupanqui, Cusco, Perú

Permanent Retrospective Seattle Theatre Group’s Educational Programming, July 2008, Seattle, WA

“2008 Really Big Group Show” January-February, 2008, Fetherston Gallery, Seattle WA

“Daguerrotipo Cusqueño” June-July 2007, Sala de Cultura, Palacio del Inka Tupac Yupanqui, Cusco, Perú

“Seattle Notables” March-April 2007, McLeod Residence, Seattle, WA

“Saturday Knights” March 2007, Neumos, Seattle, WA

“101 Ways to Remove a President from Power” August 2004, Vital 5 @ CoCA curated by G. Lundgren, Seattle, WA

“Dazzle Camouflage” October 2003, Adapted Imagery with Jason Puccinelli, Consolidated Works, Seattle, WA

“’Round Midnight, Art Inspired by Music” July-August 2002, Seattle Art Museum Rental/Sales, Seattle, WA

“Beneath the Surface” July/August 2001, Juror: Chien-Chi Chang of Magnum Photos, PCNW, Seattle, WA

“Fiestas Latinas” August 2000, Solo, Bandoleone, Seattle, WA

“Welcome To Squire Park” June 1999, Group show, Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle, WA

“Art of Fashion” April 2000, The Last Supper Club, Seattle, WA

“Seductive South America” Dec ‘99-April 2000, The Seattle Children’s Theatre, Seattle, WA

“Nightlife” December 1999, The Bauhaus, Seattle, WA

“Divas & Dons, A Portrait of Seattle’s Nightlife” September 1999, Solo, The Odeum Gallery, Seattle, WA