Urban Photography

Bill Weber uses his catalog of 10,000+ indexed photos to communicate urban design ideas through reports and presentations. He continually adds to the collection by identifying and filling subject niches during self-assignments, travels and planning projects. Beyond its communication value, Bill's photography helps him become a more careful observer of development and the environment.

Bill is available for assignment work through Weber Urban Photography: weberurbanphotography.com. Recent clients include the Metropolitan Council, the City of Eau Claire and the Sherburne County Economic Development Authority.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: This week's image is shows a lady being walked by her dogs in Hennepin Village, a beautiful New Urbanist neighborhood in Eden Prairie. Below, James J. Hill's Stone Arch Bridge over the Mississippi River in downtown Minneapolis, and a footbridge over Minnehaha Creek, a color photo made to appear black-and-white by the snow.