Adam got his start in the photography world with his trip to Israel about ten years ago. He has since traveled around the world extensively looking to experience new cultures and landscapes, using photography to document his experiences. His art can best be described as a modern take on travel photography, experienced through colors and shapes. The primary goal of his work is to tell the story of a place by photographing small moments of micro and macro landscapes through interesting and somewhat unexpected perspectives. His first exhibit was in 2011 at the Prince George Gallery in New York.
Part abstract and part scenic, my work captures the feeling of a place by combining colors and shapes. Though photography is the medium of work I use, the unique perspective I employ generates a painting-like quality to the final piece.
b. 1980, Lancaster, PA
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY