Adam got in touch last week and said that he had picked up a copy of Printed Pages in his local Greenpoint coffee shop and wanted to show us his work. We’re glad that particular coffee shop has such good taste (ahem) in the magazines they put around for the enjoyment of their customers, because otherwise we would never have seen Adam’s brilliant photographs.
His photography tends to be editorial, working for the likes of Die Zeit, Vogue and something intriguing called Modern Farmer, but there are some personal explorations added in for good measure. Adam’s clearly a fan of the golden hour – the hour of sundown in America where photographers run around taking as many photographs as possible – but that’s no bad thing. His portraits are exquisite and his documentary photography, particularly the Iranian Wrestlers project he did for TIME, is all riveting.