While it’s generally said that the eyes are the window to the soul, Weintrob’s work makes both the obvious and subtle connection that for musicians, it’s the instruments they employ that embody their personalities. It’s a simple but powerful insight.
Randy FoxEast Nashvillian
When you mix art and music together like this, it’s just phenomenal. It doesn’t get any better than this.
Allen ToussaintMusician, Composer, Producer
Michael Weintrob brings a new approach and new ideas to how to capture musicians in a way where their soul shines through, often in a way that doesn’t come through during the best jam session on-stage. It’s Michael’s ability to capture their inner spirit off-stage that separates him from others, and makes him one of the best music photographers of his generation.
Inside the Arts with Martha Redbone, Michael Weintrob and The Sync Up Music Business Conference.
Michael Weintrob’s InstrumentHead series featured in the My Project section of Popular Photography Magazine, November 2012 issue.
THE VINYL District
Five questions with photographer Michael Weintrob – The Vinyl District
New York entertainment photographer Michael Weintrob’s pop-up InstrumentHead art gallery at Jazz Fest, a surrealist portrait series …
Nikon WORLD – Sumner 2009
Knoxville News Sentinel
Nashville based photographer Michael Weintrob shows portraits from his upcoming book “Instrumenthead” at The Standard during Big Ears Saturday, March 25, 2017.