I was born in Southern Ontario in the 1980's. My father was a photographer throughout most of my teenage years. When he decided to take his photography to the next stage, he rented a large area of an old Massey Furgeson factory that had been for the most part abandoned. While visiting my father, the photography studio is where we would spend 90 percent of our time. We always had interesting people around. The Gretzky family for Walter and Wayne's charity work, people from National Geographic and Fashion File and many more. At the time I didn't pay much attention to photography. I spent most of my time riding around the factory on an old mini bike getting chased by a guard dog at the other end of the building and playing on an old locomotive train that had been sitting for decades. Little did I know, that studio would shape and form a large part of who I am today.
I am now in my mid 30's. I currently live in the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, Canada with my beautiful fiance and our 3 lovely dogs. I have spent quite some time away from photography, but it has grown apparent that it is not only a part of who I am but it is a large part of my entire life. Most of my love for photography lies in wildlife, nature and landscapes. I have recently found my way into fitness photography as well as portrait photography. I hope my work finds you well.
- Adam R.