He's focusing on the study of the ways to express power among men and in societies of all reach, groups or states.
He has published 4 books, among them Interrogations (Schilt Publishing, 2011) included in Parr & Badger The Photobook: A History, Vol. 3, and War Sand (self-published, 2017).
NB : Portrait taken from Donald Weber's Facebook page.
Donald Weber is a member of VII Photo Agency. He is originally trained as an architect and has collaborated with Rem Koolhaas.
As a photographer, he has worked several years in Russia and Ukraine (in particular in police facilities where his book Interrogations was shot).
Donald Weber has received many awards (World Press Photo, Lange-Taylor Prize, etc.) and grants (Guggenheim Fellowship, Magnum Emergency Fund Grant, etc.)
Presentation of the photobook by Donald Weber : "June 6, 1944: D-Day The epic of war, told by a grain of sand... My grandfather liked to tell stories about life and death, and the sea. When I was twelve, he told me the best sea-story I ever heard, a fantastic tale about WWII. It was the first time I heard the word « commando. » War Sand explores this...