Portrait of Gina Weston

Kim Weston with Photographer Ted Preuss Making a Tintype

While we were visiting Chicago in August 2013 for the 3 Generation Show at The Midwest Museum of American Art in Elkhart IN, we spent some time with Photographer Ted Preuss in his Chicago studio. Ted demonstrated how he makes a tintype with Gina Weston as his model. We had a great time. We hope you enjoy our short informative video. Anyone interested in going to Chicago for a workshop with Kim Weston and Ted Preuss in 2014? 

Tribute to Brett Weston by Merg Ross

“Remembering Brett Weston” #3, Final Episode by Efros, Sexton and Weston

The Final Episode #3! “Remembering Brett Weston” is an intimate sharing of memories between three photographers - Randy Efros, John Sexton and Kim Weston, who spent many hours with Brett. We hope you enjoy this third and final video in our upcoming series of “Remembering Brett Weston”. Special thanks to Randy Efros, John Sexton, Mathias Van Hesemans, Richard C. Miller and Cody Edison for editing!

Brett Weston by Edward Weston

“Remembering Brett Weston” #2 by Efros, Sexton and Weston

Episode #2! “Remembering Brett Weston” is an intimate sharing of memories between three photographers - Randy Efros, John Sexton and Kim Weston, who spent many hours with Brett. We hope you enjoy this second video in our upcoming series of “Remembering Brett Weston”. Special thanks to Randy Efros, John Sexton, Mathias Van Hesemans, Richard C. Miller and Cody Edison for editing!

Kim Weston - Gina on the Spot - The Art Institute of Chicago

Gina on the Spot – The Art Institute in Chicago

Gina Weston sharing the exciting news about Kim Weston’s 3 Generation Show at the Midwest Museum of Art in Elkhart IN. This newsletter video continues their travels with a visit to The Art Institute in Chicago, to see their original Edward Weston photographs in their collection.The Museum houses more than 300000 works of art. I was very impressed with their collection of paintings too. We hope to get a chance to go back and spend more time in the museum halls. Thanks to The Chicago Art Institute, Ted Preuss and Doug Foster for the tour.