Caryn Weiss owes her love of photography to her father, Jerry. A photographer turned technical director for NBC, Jerry bought Caryn her first Nikkormat 35mm camera during her journalism days in college. After finishing school, her new interest in photography landed her Photo Editor positions with several magazines. Years later, she joined a photography agency in Los Angeles and began representing photographers. In 1993, Caryn launched her own agency, Weiss Artist Representatives, Inc. The agency started out specializing in the music industry, but developed into all areas of entertainment, editorial and advertising. Caryn prides herself on her ability to choose photographers that are not only exceptionally talented, but are also great people. Her fatherís portraits of Audrey Hepburn, Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope and Humphrey Bogart still hang on her wall.