Among several reviews, including one by Philadelphia’s celebrated art critic Victoria Donohue, the Philadelphia Inquirer describes John’s photography in Iceland which “seems to be working in the area between documentary photography and art.” It’s an approach he’s taken in his photography capturing moments wherever they’re found: among the Icelandic landscape or during a university rugby match.
His ongoing projects include a documentary film about the fate of the Huber Breaker, the last of its kind located in Ashley, PA exploring the Delaware River in its entirety and a Reimagined Iceland. In 2017 John finished a short film about the coal mine fires that plague Pennsylvania that is now making its way through the film festival circuit as well as a newly minted music documentary (which we have yet to unveil, though you can peak at the trailer and other video & film work here).
John Welsh, Philadelphia area photographer, has taught photography privately, through the Wayne Art Center, and currently teaches a photography workshop through Honors Program at Villanova University as well as a digital photography class through Villanova’s Art & Theater Department.
Contact John to learn more about how he can help your business through his work in photography and filmmaking.