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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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Pat Bailey – Yoga and Bicycling

by Winni Wintermeyer on April 17, 2015

It’s remarkable that I’ve lived for more than 20 years in San Francisco and this is my first Yoga story. Pat Bailey showing incredible strength and flexibility for a Bicycling magazine feature. Follow her adventures on Instagram. This news blog is retiring (…)

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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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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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Serena Mitnik Miller

by Winni Wintermeyer on April 1, 2014

  Artist Serena Mitnik-Miller at her shop, General Store, for Paper Magazine. This news blog is retiring after the redesign of my website. Please visit www.3am.net/journal for the latest.

Virgin Galactic

by Winni Wintermeyer on March 18, 2014

A trip to Mojave to visit Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic. A very restricted press event for me, a great party for the future astronauts. The always hilarious Jon Ronson tells the tale. This news blog is retiring after the redesign (…)

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Hub Strategy

by Winni Wintermeyer on March 3, 2014

Peter Judd and DJ O’Neil of Hub Strategy for Adweek. Taken at Presidio Bowl in San Francisco. I ordered chili fries and onion rings to use as props, it didn’t look pretty that early in the morning. This news blog (…)

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Michael DeCesare of McAfee

by Winni Wintermeyer on December 29, 2013

Michael DeCesare of McAfee, photographed 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.

German Wunderkind

by Winni Wintermeyer on December 5, 2013

Smart kid Catalin Voss photographed at Stanford for German magazine Der Spiegel.   This news blog is retiring after the redesign of my website. Please visit www.3am.net/journal for the latest.

Strava

by Winni Wintermeyer on November 11, 2013

South Park Drive in the Berkeley hills for Bicycling magazine. Visited the curve down a steep hill where bicyclist Kim Flint crashed and died. Being out on my bike every day it was an eerie place to be in the quiet, (…)

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Kevin & Kevin

by Winni Wintermeyer on October 24, 2013

Originally shot for People magazine and now published in Germany’s Stern. The story of Kevin Briggs, a CHP officer who talked Kevin Berthia out of  jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge eight years ago. Read up about their story here. (…)

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Seth Rogen for Guardian Weekend

by Winni Wintermeyer on June 27, 2013

A long drive to LA for a quick shoot in a stuffy hotel room. Always enjoy the assignments the Guardian Weekend magazine throws me and love what they they do with the images in the layout. His latest movie is (…)

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Prerna Gupta

by Winni Wintermeyer on June 26, 2013

This one just showed up in my mailbox – Prerna Gupta for Fast Company. This news blog is retiring after the redesign of my website. Please visit www.3am.net/journal for the latest.

Rocking the Rothko No. 14

by Winni Wintermeyer on June 26, 2013

It pulls you in with its size and colors and then grabs you from the inside, gently like the arms of a snake handler. Probably one of the most popular pieces in the collection of the SFMOMA, Rothko’s No. 14. (…)

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Mark Pincus of Zynga for New York Times magazine

by Winni Wintermeyer on April 7, 2013

Mark Pincus, the one that’s responsible for all those Farmville invites, photographed at the Zynga headquarters in San Francisco for the Talk section of New York Times magazine. This news blog is retiring after the redesign of my website. Please (…)

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