Sydney Walsh is a visual storyteller based in south Florida and Washington, D.C. She is currently pursuing a BFA in Photojournalism with a minor in Spanish and Latin American Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at George Washington University. Her work explores transracial intercultural adoption and how it affects people's identities. She is also working on a long term project that is a collective portrait of her home state of Florida. Raised by two chefs, a dancer for ten years and a musician for eight years she uses these experiences to hone in on her vision as a multidisciplinary artist.
Sydney is an alumni of the Eddie Adams Workshop XXXIII and co-founder of Everyday Florida. She has placed in the NPPA Student Quarterly Clip Contest, is a 2021 AAJA Voices Fellow and the Projects Chair for the GWU Chapter of NPPA.
She recently self-published Pocketful of the Sunshine State, a photo zine about her home state of Florida with her colleague Arielle Bader. Printed in an edition of 70, perfect bound, 68 pages with 35 images. Click here to view the digital version.
Her work can also be seen in publications including AsAmNews , Fliessen Magazine , The GW Hatchet and Tampa Bay Times.
Available for assignments and commissions.
📍Currently in Washington, D.C.
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