Bruce WEBER (1946, Greensburg, Pennsylvania) studied at Princeton and at the New School for Social Research in New York. He has an international reputation as a photographer and has had his work put on show countless times since 1973. His Chet Baker documentary Let's Get Lost (1989) was given the Critics' Prize at the Venice Film Festival. More recently, he also has been making music videos and commercials.
Films: Broken Noses (1986, doc), The Beauty Brothers, parts I-IV (1987, short) Let's Get Lost (1989, doc), Backyard Movie (1991, short), Gentle Giants (1994, short), The Teddy Boys of the Edwardian Draper Society (1995, short), Chop Suey (2001, doc), A Letter to True (2003)