Adam is an Australian photographer and conservationist specialising in wildlife trade and protection issues. His work has appeared in a wide range of media including, Geographical, TIME Magazine, Science Magazine, The Guardian, Getty Images, Bloomberg, The South China Morning Post, The Sydney Morning Herald and Asian Geographic. He has also contributed to productions with the BBC, ABC Australia, the Natural Capital Project/NASA, Off the Fence Productions, Icon Films, The World Conservation Union (IUCN), The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), TRAFFIC, WWF International, the United Nations Development Program and many others. Based in Thailand, he has worked and travelled extensively in Asia for over 20 years.
He is a contributing photographer to the newly released book ‘Photographers Against Wildlife Crime’ a culmination of the worlds best conservation photographers to expose illegal wildlife trade and celebrate the people who dedicate their lives to protecting wildlife. He also produced the book ‘Black Market-Inside the Endangered Species Trade in Asia’ the first publication of its kind to extensively document international wildlife trade with an introduction by Jane Goodall.
Adam regularly shoots for WWF including contributing to the WWF-Canon Photo Database, documenting illegal wildlife trade and covering snow leopard capture and collaring programmes in the Altai mountains of western Mongolia. He has initiated and photographed numerous aerial projects including extensive coverage of the Mekong river system and Thailand’s World Heritage Western Forest Complex, and conducts photography and communications workshops. He is deeply committed to conservation and protecting the planets last remaining wild places.