My name is Will Wiebe, I'm nineteen years old, and I'm from San Francisco. I suppose I started making art in earnest (i.e. consciously and intentionally) during my freshman year of high school. After working exclusively as a photographer for four years, I began to explore other mediums last year as an undergraduate art student at UCLA. I am currently continuing my practice at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. I draw on a myriad of influences, from the Japanese tradition of ukiyo-e to the unparalleled images of photographer Robert Frank. Though my process is careful and deliberate, my work intends individual interpretation: the meaning I ascribe to it necessarily differs from the message it imparts to an outside audience. For additional works, please visit my website.