University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), M.Arch.
About Nina Welch-Kling
Welch-Kling is a New York City-based photographer, originally from a small town in southern Germany. Welch-Kling earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a focus in Interior Design from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1990 and a Master in Architecture from The University of California, Los Angeles in 1993. Since 1995, Welch-Kling has lived in New York City where she continues to explore creative outlets for her ideas and her passion for photography.
In 2020, Welch-Kling was a recipient of the LenCulture Critics’ Choice Award as well as a finalist in the LensCulture Street Photography Awards. Welch-Kling's work has been included in multiple international photography exhibitions. In March 2021, the book “Women Street Photographers”, edited by Gulnara Samoilova. published by Prestel, will feature Welch-Kling’s photography. Her most recent interview can be found on the upphotographers.com website. Welch-Kling is 2021 Hasselblad Heroine.