The first time I visited Jackson Hole, I was 13 years old. As grainy as my distorted Kodak Disk Camera pictures were, the memories they captured remain vivid today. Years later as a photojournalist in Washington DC, where I was published in Washingtonpost.com, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, LA Times, Sacramento Bee, and Photo District News, I never forgot the panoramic vistas of the West. 10 years ago I decided to leave the blur of city life behind and return to Jackson Hole.
For me, photography is about turning inspiration into creation. I am continually inspired by the people, places and events that I have the privilege to photograph. I started Imagewell Photography soon after my father passed away, upon realizing that family photographs are far more important than I’d ever imagined. Most recently I’ve spent my Jackson Hole off-seasons in Africa where my documentary photography has helped raise money for education and promote cultural understanding. Beyond that… meet P.J. my one true love and inspiration!
Thank you for taking the time to view my work. I do appreciate it.
– Morris Weintraub