Weber began creating her photo essays while earning a Master's Degree in Spiritual Psychology. In each book, she juxtaposes the principles of spiritual psychology, quotations from sages like Einsein, Rumi, Emerson et al with her own fascinating and extraordinary photos from such diverse locales as Ladakh, Vietnam, Peru, Bhutan.
After having followed traditional paths during her early DECADES, Weber retired at an early age and became a community activist in her new community, Vail Valley, Colorado. She is an active volunteer participant at "Freedom to Choose" , a prison outreach project of the University of Santa Monica. These prison experiences led her to re-examine her own beliefs and to redefine herself.
Her readers frequently call her works "inspirational, life-changing, wise, and profoundly insightful".