Michael Dweck is an American photographer, filmmaker, and visual artist. His work explores endangered subcultures, and has been featured in solo art exhibitions around the world (New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Paris, Belgium, Hamburg, Tokyo, Toronto, et al.). With the release of his latest work, "Habana Libre," Dweck became the first living artist to have a solo museum exhibition in Cuba. Prior to exhibiting his work, Dweck served as a creative director in advertising, where he garnered more than 40 international awards, including the Gold Lion at the Cannes International Festival in France. Two of his long-form television pieces are part of the permanent film collection of the MoMA in New York. "Blunderbust," an all-access look at the death of a unique race-class at Long Island’s Riverhead Raceway, is Dweck’s first feature-length film, and will be released in conjunction with a touring international gallery exhibition.