for Conde Nast
Conde Nast sent me up to the Daintree Rain Forest in far north Queensland to cover a story that bears great significance to the local Aboriginal people. It’s one of the longest continuously occupied regions on Earth. Now, the descendants of the Kuku Yalanji who lived there first are shaping how the world interacts with their ancestral homeland.
It was an incredibly moving adventure, where I met elders and local Aboriginal people who are operating incredible experiences for tourists, in order for them to better understand and appreciate their ancient practices and culture.
Read the feature on Conde Nast.
A practitioner of honesty; in photography and life. Adam combines careful composition with light-footed spontaneity to uncover the human truth. With an eye for dramatic tension, his work reflects a life spent roaming within and beyond the wild Tasmanian landscape, responding to diverse creative briefs. He instinctively turns the abstract into the iconic. Making rare moments accessible to a new audience.
Drawn to photography as a teenager, technical proficiency and an understanding of image making were honed by a decade of design and creative direction. This period also marked the beginning of a diverse creative network that continues to evolve, and bring scalability to Adam's work to this day.
Architecture, people and landscape are the heroes. But the best story is always yet to be told.