Jack Adam was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He began working in a darkroom at age 11 and is now a photographer and image-maker whose work converges on themes of intimacy, domesticity, and urban life. He is also interested in exploring the artist’s hands-on connection to the image-making process, and the role of art in shaping one’s interaction with the public space. He is currently pursuing a B.A. at Yale University.
Jack’s first international exhibition, “Doll House,” was included in the Head On photo festival 2016. He is also the recipient of nineteen Scholastic Art Awards and has shown his work in corporate office spaces (Eton Park Capital Management and Centerview Partners), theater companies (Music Box Theatre and Abingdon Theatre), and art shows (POWERHOUSE Arena and the Metropolitan Museum of Art).