Adam Thorman, Out Along The Edges 14

Adam Thorman

Out Along The Edges 14, San Francisco, California, 2010
From the Out Along The Edges series
Website - AdamThorman.com

Adam Thorman is a photographer, artist, and educator who lives and works in Oakland, California. He received his BFA from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University and his MFA from Arizona State University. His work focuses on how we perceive our surroundings, playing with scale and highlighting ambiguities. His subjects include the exposed intertidal zone, light events, people in the landscape, interior still lives and urban waterways. He creates color photographs and artist’s books that he exhibits nationally, including at the Sam Lee Gallery in Los Angeles and the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, AZ. His work is in the permanent collection of SFMOMA. He currently teaches photography at The Athenian School in Danville, CA.

Posted on Monday, September 17, 2012.

 

 

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