President of The Weston Scholarship and Fine Art Black and White Photographer, Photographing for over 30 years
Wife of Kim Weston, treasurer of The Weston Scholarship.
Son of Kim and Gina Weston, professional film and digital photographer.
Reed Farrington (1937-2014)
Best friend and mentor to Kim Weston and professional painter from Big Sur, CA.
A widely published still photographer, Chuck’s images have appeared nationally and internationally in magazines such as B+W, ORION, LIFE, National Geographic, Audubon, Nature’s Best, Defenders, National Wildlife, Outside, Scientific American, Terre Sauvage, BBC Wildlife, Italy’s FOCUS/Extra, Ocean Realm and numerous Cousteau publications. His fine art black and white and color work has been represented in special exhibitions by the Ansel Adams Gallery, the Christopher Bell Collection Gallery, the OCEANS Gallery in Los Angeles and in multi-photographer exhibits at the National Geographic Society/Explorer’s Hall in Washington, D.C., Nikon House/New York, The Center for Photographic Art, Brooks Institute and the San Francisco International Airport.
A full-time traditional black and white film photographer who practices methods used by Edward Weston, Ansel Adams, Morley Baer and others in the ƒ-64 school of photography. His subjects include the landscape, architecture and occasionally people or animals as they are in their environment.
Indicative of a diverse approach to the medium, Witherill works in both color and black & white, and his subjects include classic landscapes, studies of pop-art, botanical still-life, urban architecture, abstracts, and digital imaging. His photographs have been the subject of three award winning hardcover monographs titled: Orchestrating Icons (2000), Botanical Dances (2001), and Photo Synthesis (2010). In 1999, Witherill was the recipient of the “Artist of the Year” award presented by the Center for Photographic Art, Carmel, California.
Ryuijie has steadfastly pursued his own photographic vision for over thirty years, and has acquired a reputation for his exquisite platinum/palladium prints, in addition to his traditional black and white work. An exceptionally prolific artist, Ryuijie’s career has been highlighted by a multitude of exhibitions. His work has appeared in View Camera, Photovision, Camera and Darkroom, Black&White, Lenswork, and Focus magazines. He has published three books, Ryuijie: Photographs, Time and Place, and Fragments of Time, along with smaller catalogs.
Winston Boyer lives in Carmel, California and works as a fine art and commercial photographer. He considers color photography his medium and uses the Cibachrome Printing Process and Giclee Pigmented Prints for the production of his fine art prints.