Weber (Canada, 1973) was originally educated as an architect and worked for OMA, the office of Dutch metropolitan thinker Rem Koolhaas. After some years Weber chose to become a photographer. He is working globally for a great number of media and is a member of the renowned agency VII Photo. Weber also offers courses to colleague photographers on grant writing.
Weber’s prize list is impressive. To name some: the Duke and Duchess of York Photography Prize, two prizes at World Press Photo, the Lange-Taylor Documentary Prize and a photolucida Book Award for his book Our Chernobyl. These days Weber is concentrating on a new project, about cities and the fast pace of technological developments.