David Weightman is a photographer who engages with digital image-making and its related concerns. He was introduced to the subject when creating his own interactive family album for The National Portrait Gallery's 'Assembling the Family' exhibition in 1996 and has continued to explore this field in his work, including projects such as 'Out of the Ordinary' for SHOWstudio and more recently in a series of images with collaborator Paul Holliday for 'Porn?'. Weightman has just completed a year long residency at Fabrica, Benetton's research communication centre in Italy, during which time he documented the British holiday experience in Ibiza, and was selected for the Hyeres Festival 2003. He has exhibited widely and has published in a range of magazines including Crash, i-D, The Fashion and Numero, and is exhibiting in 'To Be Honest', a group show as part of the first Brighton Photo Biennial.
- 'Custom Eyes'. Fabrica Features, Lisbon, Portuga, 2003
- 'Yeres Festival International ds Arts de la Mode', Villa Noailles, Hyeres, 2003
- 'Search For Art'. Area Bovisa, Milan, 2000
- 'No Confines', London, Madrid, Berlin, Paris & Milan, 2000
- 'Incite', Mall Galleries, London, 1999
- 'Assembling the Family', The National Portrait Gallery, London, 1996
- Tom Hingston, 'Porn?', Vision On, London, 2002