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a little bit about Adam 

In 2013, at the age of 31, I packed up my life in Kitchener-Waterloo Ontario, Canada, and moved to Vancouver British Columbia. At the same time, I decided to seriously pursue photography as a passion project. After taking a Diploma of Professional Photography course to learn the technical side, photography has been the creative escape from my full time career in the finance industry. 

More recently, Yvonne, Finlay and our cat Lily have left the coast of BC in search of a slower pace of life, where we can be closer to nature and have more space. We now call the Shuswap region our home.


Feel free to email or message me on whatever social media platform you're comfortable with, with questions about my work and collaborations. I'm always hear to listen and interact with you. I appreciate everyone who takes the time to visit this website, it really does mean a lot to me.


Thank you, cheers!



Originally, the idea was to photograph examples of humans and nature working in coalescence with each other, creating beauty and coexisting with grace. Everything around us - trees, animals, insects, etc. all operate in a delicate ebb and flow.


Humans are interrupting these cycles and the natural balance, but it doesn't need to be that way... 


The focus of my photography has evolved to showcase the beauty of nature, in a mood that subtly acknowledges human-caused interruption to Nature's course, while providing hope for our future relationship with Nature. 

Coalesce Images

Now offering free 15 minute Zoom sessions to discuss potential projects or any questions you have about my photography.

Where is
Shuswap Lake?!

I reside and work out of a small community called Sunnybrae, part of Tappen BC, on the traditional lands of the Interior-Salish Secwepemc (Shuswap) people. It's 20 km north of Salmon Arm, and 130 km north of Kelowna.


This area is still relatively new to me so I love exploring and getting to know it. The people here are among the friendliest I've ever met!

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