Richard Weinstein is an advertising photographer based in Sydney, Australia.
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Richard brings many years of lighting and technical experience to every new job, his passion and creative drive to produce amazing images ensures his clients get a great job every time. His studio is based in Alexandria Sydney .
2015 Working for the industry – After sitting on the board of the ACMP for a number of years, Richard was elected on the National Board of the AIPP and served as President of the ACMP. www.aipp.com.au
One of Richards latest projects is a coffee table book – Making the Cut – by David Dowsey on the Cutler bespoke tailoring legacy.The launch was hosted by Rolls Royce , the classic car boot sale, featuring John Cutler. ” John has been the most gracious client allowing me to explore any creative direction, trusting and open to new ideas , from this we have produced the most memorable imagery.
HeadOn photography festival was a great opportunity to show Marabastad, a documentary study of Pretoria’s first township, shot in 1988 in South Africa, Richard showcased the original prints and a 16mm documentary. Watch the Marabastad film here
Richard exhibited a series of Dye Transfer original prints at The Body Exhibition in Waterloo 2008 Richard launched The Print Room, a working studio gallery, as his passion is to produce the highest quality printing in the most environmental friendly way. He was commissioned by Art Duo to create a series of works for the Melbourne Hyatt Hotel Group, followed by a nature study of trees for Killara Golf.
Easy Digital Poppy Exhibition launched by Turnbull Ossher Design featured large format printing at its best in a multi medium formatt exhibition.
Richard exhibited a series of images using the latest printing technology in partnership with Epson Australia. Judy Saris, Editor of Gourmet Traveler Magazine, opened The Tastebud exhibition at 7 Danks Street, Waterloo. Philip Carr art directed and styled the event.
The Gallery and Studio received great publicity and the opening night saw more than 300 people attend.
Later that year Richard went on to win the L’otel Best Photographer competition and was asked to exhibit a series of nudes the following year in Darlinghurst.
Richard produced a series of 30 works documenting the glass bottles found in excavating for the Meriton Development in Waterloo. He then went on to produce a series of limited edition prints for The Chiswick Development with a water and sailing theme.