The Great Beyond is a series comprised of hand-crafted planetary models that are photographed. All elements within the picture are in-camera including alien landscapes, accretion disks, planets, and star backdrops. This new work ultimately questions the extension of our reach in both the universe and our imaginations, and the lengths we'll go to to find meaning in our own existence. I've made a thousand of them both as an artistic challenge, and a testament to the vast reality that exists beyond us.
Bio Adam constructs miniature dioramas by hand and then photographs the sets. From these constructed realities he's able to tell a story, otherwise impossible through conventional photography. He is currently collaborating with the Keck Observatory creating concept work of exoplanets they have verified, or discovered. His work has been featured in Scientific American, The Hubble Nasa site, the New York Times, National Geographic, and his work was recently featured on an episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. Adam grew up in the small mining town of Atikokan Ontario, Canada.