Winni Wintermeyer, Bieber Kids
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Winni Wintermeyer

Bieber Kids, San Jose, California, 2010
Website - 3am.net

Winni Wintermeyer moved to San Francisco in the early 1990s from his native Germany, settling in a neighborhood where mockingbirds imitate the sounds of cheap car alarms. Working as an editorial photographer he creates images of people for various publications around the globe. In his free time he likes to observe and document humans and the traces they leave behind. He then takes those images and rearranges them to tell new stories. You can find his work at Hespe Gallery and the SFMOMA Artists Gallery.

Posted on Wednesday, March 20, 2013.

 

 

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