Evan Walsh (b. 1995) is an NYC-based photographer and writer originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Evan's work explores mythologies of masculinity and chosen family. Evan's photography has been featured in Out, Fotoroom, Lenscratch, Aint-Bad, and Entertainment Weekly, as well as on book covers internationally, and has been exhibited at the International Center of Photography, the Griffin Museum of Photography, the Boston Photo Resource Center, and Kayafas Gallery. Since 2017, Evan has been a projects, communications, and exhibitions coordinator for For Freedoms, where he produced exhibitions and collaborations with MoMA, The ICP Museum, The Currier Museum of Art, Photoville, EXPO Chicago, Lightwork / Contact Sheet, Lenscratch, Kickstarter, Mountainfilm, and Penn State’s School of the Arts, and has lectured at NYU and Aperture Foundation. Evan has held residencies at Penn State University and the ICP Museum, and was shortlisted for the Lucie Foundation Emerging Artist Grant in 2018.