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Saira Malik

by Winni Wintermeyer on April 19, 2015

Saira Malik for Barron’s. This news blog is retiring after the redesign of my website. Please visit www.3am.net/journal for the latest.

Hello Giacometti

by Winni Wintermeyer on April 19, 2015

A visit to the home of the Anderson family for a feature about their contemporary art collection for Apollo magazine. It’s not often you walk into somebody’s house and you’re greeted by a Giacometti statue, flanked by a Hockney painting. This news blog is (…)

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Erica Schwanke

by Winni Wintermeyer on April 19, 2015

Erica Schwanke races bicycles and spins with the Heart of Gold DJs. We rode our bikes through the Mission and climbed Billy Goat Hill to make portraits for Bicycling magazine.     This news blog is retiring after the redesign of my website. (…)

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Leon Panetta for Der Spiegel

by Winni Wintermeyer on February 18, 2015

Former Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta, photographed for Der Spiegel at the Panetta Institute for Public Policy in Seaside, CA. This news blog is retiring after the redesign of my website. Please visit www.3am.net/journal for the latest.

Warren Farrell for Mother Jones

by Winni Wintermeyer on January 29, 2015

Portrait of author Warren Farrell in Mill Valley, CA for Mother Jones. The rather long read with a response by Warren can be found here. This news blog is retiring after the redesign of my website. Please visit www.3am.net/journal for (…)

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Joel Roth

by Winni Wintermeyer on January 28, 2015

Actor Joel Roth for AARP Bulletin. This news blog is retiring after the redesign of my website. Please visit www.3am.net/journal for the latest.

Wild West Tesla

by Winni Wintermeyer on January 10, 2015

A trip to the high desert of Nevada to visit the site where Tesla is building a gigantic battery factory. Lots of dirt and heavy machinery, a kid’s Tonka truck dream coming true. Nestled away from prying eyes I hike the surrounding (…)

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Eddy Cue of Apple for Fortune

by Winni Wintermeyer on December 18, 2014

Five minute editorial portrait: Eddy Cue of Apple, in a meeting, with an iPad – check! Other options? No! This news blog is retiring after the redesign of my website. Please visit www.3am.net/journal for the latest.

Appster for Adweek

by Winni Wintermeyer on November 12, 2014

Mark McDonald (left) and Josiah Humphrey started Appster, a mobile app company, in Australia and opened their first office in the US in San Francisco. Photographed for Adweek – article here. This news blog is retiring after the redesign of my website. Please (…)

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Indigo Guy

by Winni Wintermeyer on October 12, 2014

A visit at Levi’s for a portrait of their CEO Chip Bergh and to check out the many different shades of indigo at the Eureka Innovation Lab. Story by Caroline Fairchild for Fortune magazine. This news blog is retiring after the redesign (…)

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The community

by Winni Wintermeyer on September 18, 2014

A story investigating new ways of co-living in the Bay Area. We came across an inflatable hot tub, a unicycle, discussion about what government on the moon should look like and a cat by the name of Megapixel. Written by Patrick Bauer for (…)

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Laura Arrillaga Andreessen

by Winni Wintermeyer on September 14, 2014

Portrait of educator and philanthropist Laura Arrillaga Andreessen for The Wall Street Journal. This news blog is retiring after the redesign of my website. Please visit www.3am.net/journal for the latest.

Locked-In Syndrome

by Winni Wintermeyer on July 28, 2014

The doctors were ready to take him off life support, he fully aware of what was going on around him tried to communicate, unable to move a muscle. After a stroke Rich Marsh experienced a rare condition called locked-in syndrome and wrote a book (…)

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San Francisco, a story of displacement

by Winni Wintermeyer on July 24, 2014

A new wave of displacements, stronger than the last one, is rolling through our lovely City. This summer I worked on a story for German magazine Neon that focuses on the people who organize and protest the onslaught. Shortly after I received my (…)

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Karl Deisseroth takes control of brains… with light

by Winni Wintermeyer on July 17, 2014

Dr. Karl Deisseroth in his lab at Stanford School of Medicine where he works on optogenetics, a neuromodulation technique that allows researchers to turn brain cells on and off with a combination of genetic manipulation and pulses of light. Catch (…)

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