Born Theodore Brett Weston, in Los Angeles on December 16, to Edward Weston, photographer, and wife Flora Chandler.
Edward Weston opens Tropico portrait studio with Brett as an assistant, who does most of Edward's developing of portrait negatives.
They move briefly to San Francisco in August.
Moves with Edward Weston to Carmel in January.
Moves out of his father's house in San Fernando Valley and establishes his own studio.
Marries Elinore Stone on January 16; the couple moves to Santa Maria, California, in October and establish a photography studio.
Elinore and Brett move to Santa Barbara in April, and set up a studio; the couple divorce later that year.
Moves to San Francisco and marries Cicely Edmunds on September 23.
Only child, Erica, born January 11, in Los Angeles, California. In 1939, Cicely leaves Brett and Erica.
Moves with Erica to Santa Monica, Southern California.
Takes a job at Douglas Aircraft as darkroom technician.
Takes a job at North American Aviation as industrial photographer.
Works as a cameraman for Twentieth Century Fox.
Enters draft, and is inducted at Fort McArthur on December 17th. Begins basic training at Camp Roberts, California.
Transferred to Signal Corps duty in New York City.
In November, is re-assigned to Fort Bliss, Texas near El Paso.
Discharged from the army on March 31, and returns to Erica in California.
Moves to Carmel and lives in Wildcat Hill, Bodie House with Erica.
Meets Dody Warren, Edward Weston's new assistant.
In November, buys eighty acres of land with his brother Cole at Garrapata Creek ten miles south of Carmel. Makes his own adobe bricks to build studio-home.
Interrupts own career to print, under his father's direction, a Fiftieth Anniversary Portfolio of Edward Weston's work, in edition of 100, each containing 12 of Edward's photographs. Cole Weston, Dody, Morley and Frances Baer all aid in the task, which consumes most of the year.
Marries Dody on December 6, in Carmel, California.
Second print project for Edward Weston. Prints 8 copies of 800 photographs that Edward considered his best work.
Brett and Dody divorce.
Edward Weston dies on January 1.
Begins extensive travels: makes first trip to Glen Canyon, spending nearly three weeks on the river.
First trip to Europe, including British Isles, Portugal, the Netherlands, Austria and Greece. Spends more than 8 months on the road, covering 30,000 miles.
First extended trip to Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.
First photographic trip to Baja, California
Travels to Oregon and Baja, California.
Extended trips to Baja, California.
Meets Christine (Tina) Goodwyn, and marries on July 26. They are divorced in 1970.
First trip to Hawaii.
Completes his first house in Hawaii, where he intends to live part of the time.
Dies January 22 from stroke complications in Kona, Hawaii.