Details shape all of use. In my art, not one stitch is left out. This makes your monument, your sculpture, your legacy different from the rest. -Austin Weishel
Every time I set up my boots I think about the first time I stepped into a fire house when I was young in Chicago.
With the fresh smell of a past structure fire to that family type atmosphere that surrounds every firefighter, it’s one of those things that never gets old… and the rush is what we all live for…
This film captures how a young man struggled through school with dyslexia and his own personal judgment of self worth. As he finds meaning in his life his struggles turn into strengths that are displayed across the country. Benjamin Dinsmore’s filming ability is untouchable. His focus on capturing his new mini doc, “Bronzed Life”, in a high quality filming has brought this mini doc to a emotional picture. With this film Ben and Austin hope to inspire others who may be struggling the same way in life, and that these struggles can turn into strengths and meaning. Austin Weishel: austinweishel.com
Katie LaSalle had the chance to meet Austin Weishel for the first time in June. Her story of Austin aired more then 6 times on 7 news. Her talent along with Austin’s, gave a shining spotlight on Austin’s latest monument for the Windsor Severance historic society and gave everyone a glimpse inside an artist life.