Eva Weiss is an internationally exhibited and published fine art photographer and digital retoucher.  Her original images have often been described as classical, theatrical and dream-like.

Eva grew up in Philadelphia and later received her BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology. She was awarded a Creative Artist Public Service fellowship and appeared in a show with Duane Michals and other CAPS grant artists at the Kenan Center in Lockport, New York. 

She received her first one-woman show soon after by Dos Cabolos Blancos.

Other shows in Philadelphia, Rochester, and New York City include:

The Photopia Gallery (exhibited with Joanne Frank and Imogene Cunningham), Giraffes and Other Ladies at Little Gallery, Beyond Reality and Woman and Art at Archive Gallery, Opening Show at The Pyramid Gallery, Eva Weiss Photographs and Nina Gaby Porcelain at M.C.C. Gallery, Photographs by Eva Weiss at Iggy's Study, An Auction of Contemporary Photographers at George Eastman House, August at the Hotel Ozone Allofus Gallery, Photographs by Eva Weiss and Bill Brant at Mancini Gallery, Eva Weiss Photographs at William Lyon's Gallery, Recent Photographs by Eva Weiss at W.O.W, Photographs of W.O.W by Eva Weiss at P.S .122, and group shows at Foto and Leslie Loemen Galleries.

Eva has taught at the YWCA and lectured on her unique stye and technique at Allofus Workshop in Rochester, Rochester Institute of Technology, and at the Women and Photography Conference with Elaine Mayes in Harrisburg, Pa.  She has also given private workshops at W.O.W, a women's art and performance center in New York City.

Eva has been photographing the Gay and Lesbian community for 30 years, creating a body of work of performance artists on the Lower East Side of Manhattan including Split Britches, Holly Hughes, Lisa Kron, David Cale, Carmelita Tropicana and many others.  This work has appeared on three bookcovers - Butch/Femme (1995), Intimate Acts (1997), and Must (2008).

Her original work has also appeared in the Philadelphia Photo Review, the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Women See Men, Ms. Magazine, Vogue Pelle, Vogue Sposa, and Vogue Bambini.

Eva currently lives in Park Slope, Brooklyn.