Andrew Wehde has been a member of ICG for over 8 years. Living in Chicago, Andrew has made a name for himself shooting Ad work for over 12 years. His style of photography is non traditional. His late start as a photographer introduced him into documentary photography early on, following rock bands who struggled in the underground circuit. His respect for the source has been the driving force behind his lighting style. The two styles, Documentary and respecting the source, work in harmony and give off a look that comes across natural but cinematic.
The last few years, Andrew has found a niche photographing amazing chefs and restaurants. The French Laundry, The Restaurant at Meadowood, Danny Bowen and Mission Chinese, Roy Choi, Daniel Patterson and Sean Brock to name a few. Once the comedy boom hit the last few years, Andrew has found himself being called upon to DP some of the biggest specials. Bo Burnham, Hasan Minhaj for Netflix and Jerrod Charmichael for hbo. His approach to make these specials look cinematic has been a new twist on the old tried and true method of how comedy specials have been captured over the decades.
The past summer, Andrew wrapped his 2nd feature film that was produced by a24 and Scott Rudin productions, Directed by Bo Burnham.
IATSE - Local 600 - IMDB
GEAR LIST: (Red Weapon Helium, Gimbal, Ready Rig, Leica Primes, Sigma Super Speed Primes)