• JoinedMay 2005
  • OccupationGraphic Designer
  • HometownNorth Detroit 'burbs
  • Current citySeattle
  • CountryUnited States

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Way back in the day... Adam's images clued me in to the broad possibilities that photography encompasses. His work made me want to pick up the camera and discover better how I saw the world. His photographs engage in a dialog with the visual world, playing with the compositional qualities of everyday objects and sit… Read more

Way back in the day... Adam's images clued me in to the broad possibilities that photography encompasses. His work made me want to pick up the camera and discover better how I saw the world. His photographs engage in a dialog with the visual world, playing with the compositional qualities of everyday objects and situations. The general absence of people as subject matter does little to hamper the intensity of the work, which in many ways is a strong celebration of humanity. The viewer feels the absence of people in the everydayness of his still-lifes. This absence produces longing for that missing human presence. In this sence, the photographs feel like anthropological documentation executed with an accomplished eye for composition. Juxtaposed against the still-lifes are intensely personal images which are largely auto-biographical in that they betray his emotional connection with the things he loves. (Love the B+W cat pic! It's so overflowing with sheer catness!) In short, WATCH THIS SPACE. Adam is a badass behind the camera. If he takes a picture of your apartment, he might as well be taking a picture of your naked soul, betrayed by the dirty socks on the floor, the used bowl on the counter, and the toothpaste stains on your bathmat. Keep on snappin' buddy! : ) PS: Yo Joe!

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February 13, 2006