is an independent producer who blends digital communication, online audience engagement, and web-based collaboration to promote creative culture on and offline.
For the past ten years, he has consulted cultural institutions on the practice of using the Internet to build meaningful relationships with their audiences. Since 2008, he has directed digital communications at Overture Center for the Arts, a Wisconsin-based arts venue that presents more than 300 performances, exhibitions, and educational programs annually.
He is the editor of FlakPhoto
, a website that promotes the discovery of photographic image-makers from around the world. In his spare time, he hosts the FlakPhoto Network
, an 11,000-member online community focused on conversations about visual arts culture.
Adams is an evangelist for the Web’s potential to inspire communities and frequently speaks
about the opportunities digital media provide creatives to connect with their audiences and each other online. Find him on Twitter @FlakPhoto