Linz Welch is an environmental and landscape photographer who is interested in how the photograph can act as filter between viewer and place, in its ability to reveal the truth of an environment. Her work has been exhibited nationally.
She creates photographic art for the environmentally engaged viewer, in order to reveal the truth of an environment, and ourselves within it. Linz is currently living in Tampa, FL USA and holds a Master of Fine Art in photography.
Her work’s focus is in man’s topography and the compartmentalization of place as we relate to it. Linz’s approach to picture making is analytical and analogous, seeking the often-awkward relationships between object and location that tell of our relationship to the world around us through the way we arrange it.
As an avid technology user, she is specifically concerned with the role digital media and photography play in contemporary society, and its’ mediation of the way we relate to place and each other.