Mike Weber

Mike Weber was born in February of 1975 in St. Louis, Missouri. He studied visual communications and computer animation/multimedia at both Southwest Missouri State University and The Art Institute of Dallas. For more than a decade, Weber designed and art directed broadcast graphics and animation for numerous television networks, including Showtime, HBO, Comedy Central, A&E, History Channel, Nickelodeon, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, WB, and The Golf Channel. He has been profiled in publications, such as Home and Design Magazine and Spaces Magazine. In 2001, Weber resigned from his position at Hothaus Creative, an internationally recognized design and production company, in order to embark on a new career as an artist. He has since exhibited at diverse venues in Missouri, Texas, and Washington, DC. Moreover, his artwork has been featured in New York Times Style Magazine, POPLife, Modern Luxury, and Bravo TV.