Stern Weber Studio was set up by brothers Eytan and Noah Stern Weber, to collaborate on creative portraits and event
photography. 

Eytan works as Videographer, Real Estate Photographer, and Photographer's Assistant at

Evan Joseph Images. He studied at the New York Film Academy for both photography and

filmmaking, after having graduated from The George Washington University in 2011. 

 

Eytan has shot for companies such as Samsung, T-Mobile, and AT&T. He has had work appear in Douglas Elliman Magazine, Top Agent Magazine, Repentino Magazine, The Hudson Reporter, and the New York City 48-Hour Film Festival. He has worked on such productions as "Time is Illmatic", a documentary released at the Tribeca Film Festival about the impact of Nas on the hip-hop and rap worlds, and "Won This Game Before", the official music video for the Australian music group Geppetto.

As an active producer of contemporary performing and multimedia arts, Noah is
experienced in a wide range of photography and videography styles - including publicity
photos, live performance photography, portraiture, promo videos and mutli-angle live performance A/V mixing. 

His work has appeared in the New York Times, The Washington Post, BBC International, The New Yorker,  Time Out New York , WQXR, The Denver Post, The Scientist, and the Reuters billboard in Times Square, in addition to various performing arts websites and production materials.