Book# 45461

Welsch, Ulrike

The world I love to see. Photographs by Ulrike Welsch.

Ort   Boston, Mass.
Verlag   The Boston Globe - Gobe Newspaper Co./ Moughton Mifflin Company
Jahr   1977
Einband   sc.
Illustration, Ausstattung   bw photographs
Medium   Buch
ISBN / ISSN   0-395-25400-0 (pb.); 0-395-25179-6


Text engl. - Other edition: 2nd ed. 1981. - Born and educated in postwar Germany, Welsch arrived 1964 in the USA. In Germany she was a trained druggist-chemist, where she specialized in photography. In America she started to capture people and places with her camera and soon had her images published by the Christian Science Monitor and The Boston Globe. 1966- 1971, became first woman staff-photographer with the Boston Herald Traveler; 1972-1981, joined the Boston Globe, during which time she was named “Press Photographer of the Year” by the New England Press Photographers Association. 1975, she and the Boston Globe Team were awarded a Pulitzer Prize for their coverage of Boston Busing. Welsch’s human interest images changed the looks of Boston dailies. 1978/79, photographed “Rituals in the Andes” in South America. 1981 joined the ranks of Freelance Photographers and since then manages her stock-photo archive and travels internationally. Exhibits and lectures throughout New England. 1981, photographed an aid mission of King Bhumibol in Northern Thailand and the life in a Cambodian Refugee Camp Khao-I-Dang; 1981, as one of 100 chosen photographers, she participated in the project A Day in the Life of Australia. 1977-1987, lectured at the Center for Lifelong Learning, Harvard University. 1994, had a One Woman Show at the Kodak Gallery in Tokyo, Japan. 1999-2002 published North Shore Calendars, and has so far published 13 photography books.
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Photographie 20. Jahrh. Monographie Photojournalismus, photojournalism 

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