Mike Weber

Mike Weber was born in February of 1975 in St. Louis, Missouri. He has degrees in Visual Communications and Computer Animation-Multimedia from The Art Institute International. Weber designed and art directed broadcast graphics, animation and motion picture film in Dallas and New York City for numerous television networks, including Showtime, HBO, Comedy Central, A&E, History Channel, Nickelodeon, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, and the WB. In 2001, Weber resigned from his position at Hothaus Creative, an internationally recognized television design and production firm, to focus on his career as a fine artist. He has since exhibited at diverse venues and is a Spotlight Feature by The National Endowment for the Arts. Weber was selected by the Smithsonian Institution’s Art Curators as a nominee for the Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship Program. Moreover, his artwork has appeared in Photographize Magazine, New York Times Style Magazine, Washington Post Magazine, National Endowment for the Arts Magazine, POPLife, Modern Luxury, Home & Design and Spaces Magazine. Weber’s work has also appeared on HGTV and Bravo TV. He currently resides in Venice, California.

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