Image 5 from series chosen to show in the 2009 Pingyao, China International Photography Festival
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Image 1, "Moment" chosen to show in the 2009 Pingyao, China International Photography Festival
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Photographs and Post-Processing by Chris Marotta, chrismarotta.com
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Three screen wrap multimedia installation loop, all sonic and visual stimuli © Adam Dexter 2009

Adam Dexter
adphotonet@mac.com
(617) 791-1005
Washington, DC/Boston, MA

Photo by Iwan Bagus, iwanphoto.com
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Born and raised on the north shore of Massachusetts and currently living in Washington D.C., Adam Dexter is a freelancer and photography teaching assisant at the American University. He is also a photographer/designer/coder/entrepreneur/music-junkie and socialite.

Adam gets his inspiration from the world around him and the everyday lives of himself and others. He is also intrigued by the obscure and/or obscene transformation the world makes when the sun goes down.

Adam has also been influenced over the years by other photographers, contemporaries and masters alike, namely, members of the "New York School" such as David Vestal, Richard Avedon, Robert Frank, Diane Arbus, Bruce Davidson and William Klein. Also, photographers, Patrick Hoelck and Jill Greenberg.


Adam is available for assignment. Please contact him for schedule and availability at (617) 791-1005 or email him at adphotonet@mac.com.

If you are interested in purchasing prints or licensing his work, please contact him at adphotonet@mac.com

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