Biography - A Short Wiki
Austrian-born photographer best known for his 1930s, black-and-white images of New York crime scenes.
He earned the nickname “Weegee” (after the famous Ouija divination board) for his uncanny ability to arrive at fresh crime scenes.
He collaborated on films with directors Jack Donohue and Stanley Kubrick.
How did Weegee die?
|Cause of death
|Age of death
|June 12, 1899
|December 26, 1968
|Place of death
|New York, New York, United States
|Place of burial
Quotes by Weegee
"This is unexposed film of Greenwich Village because nothing ever happens there."Weegee
"People are so wonderful that a photographer has only to wait for that breathless moment to capture what he wants on film."Weegee