John Conn, ‘Cuba 30’, 2016, Elisa Contemporary

From 1968-1971, John Conn was trained as a photographer in the US Marine Corps. Once discharged, he attended the School of Visual Arts in NYC and after four years received a BFA with Honors in photography.

As a freelance photographer and writer his work has appeared in various publications, such as: New York Times Sunday Magazine; Time/Life Books; IMAX Films; Village Voice; Human Rights Magazine; Shutterbug Magazine; Hasseleblad Magazine; American Photographer; RangeFinder Magazine; LensWork Magazine; Ocean Realm; Dive Travel Magazine; Picture Magazine; Discover Diving Magazine; Picture Magazine; Popular Photography; Nikon World; Black & White Photography; B&W Magazine; Studio Photography, to name a few.

Online publications include: Nikon, The British Journal of Photography, Bird in Flight (Ukrainian); New York Natives; and The Daily Beast.

John's work is included in public and private collections throughout the US including: the Hoboken Historical Museum and The New York Historical Society.

His work has taken me from the Apartheid of South Africa, the streets of NYC, peaks of Patagonia to Antarctica, Arctic, across America, and to Cuba.

About John Conn