Adam Reynolds works as an architecture and design photographer based in Indianapolis, IN, where he collaborates with clients throughout Indiana and the Midwest. He also works as a historic preservation photographer, specializing in large format documentation and is qualified as a HABS/HAER/HALS-level photographer for the Historic Documentation Program in the Dept. of the Interior.
Additionally, Adam continues to pursue personal documentary projects that have largely become thematically defined by the intersection of our built-environment and aspects of political conflict, both contemporary and historic. He pursues long form documentary projects that balance photographic creativity with a journalist’s fidelity to the subject. This allows him to study the tangential areas of a conflict in a way that offers a nuanced visual experience. Adam's background asa photojournalist continues to inform his present work with heavily researched and observed projects with images meant to inform. He holds a Masters of Fine Art degree in photography from Indiana University. He began his career covering theMiddle East in 2007 as a freelance photojournalist. Adam holds undergraduate degrees in journalism and political science from Indiana University with a focus in photojournalism and Middle Eastern politics. He also holds a Masters degree in Islamic and Middle East Studies from Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Please feel free to contact Adam for assignments, comments, and questions at:
United States: 812.679.9397
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