Mitchell D. Weiss (born 1986) is an American fine art photographer, specializing in studio and candid portraiture. Weiss' career has included editorial photography for the Boston Globe, portraiture for national advertising campaigns and art installations for corporate functions. Weiss also served as gallery director of Boston's Piano Factory.
In 2012, Weiss was featured at Boston's Flash Forward Festival curated by Eunice Hurd of the Robert Klein Gallery and began guest lecturing at the Boston Center for Adult Education and Open Show: New York. Weiss was a semifinalist for Hasselblad's 2012 Masters series that celebrates the best in both established and rising photographic talent.
In November 2013, Humble Hues published a fine art book titled Dogs in Thought, which features Mitch Weiss' photographs and benefits the MSPCA-Angell and the Animal Rescue League of Boston.
To honor Lady Gaga's advocacy for gay rights and AIDS awareness, Weiss submitted a portrait of Lady Gaga to Boston's ARTcetera in 2011.2013 Sister Cities — Gallery 360
2013 Inaugural Exhibition — Moskowitz Gallery
2012 Flash Forward Festival — 450 Harrison Avenue
2011 Rock and Roll — Griffin Museum of Photography
Dogs in Thought by Mitch Weiss — ISBN 9780989802307 Humble Hues
Designing a Digital Portfolio: Second Edition by Cynthia L. Baron — Pg No. 36 ISBN 0321637518 New Riders
Adobe Photoshop Forensics by Cynthia L. Baron — Pg No. 327-336 ISBN 1598634054 Thomson
Graphic Design Essentials by Joyce Walsh Macario — Pg No. 124 ISBN 0136052355 Pearson Prentice Hall
100 Boston Painters by Chawky Frenn — Pg No. 80 ISBN 0764339761 Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.