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Native of Bronx NYC, I reside in the burbs of Philly, don't ask me how. Photography is just means to my end, wait that didn't come out right..
Artistic Photographer, was born in the Bronx, New York, in 1965. He became interested in photography at an early age. He was graduated from Herbert H. Lehman High School in 1985. He moved to Montgomery County, Pennsylvania in 1987, where he studied photography at Montgomery County Community College. Using his natural talent and creativity, Adrian has developed a body of unique abstract images which clearly unites art and photography. He has also captured fascinating photographs of landscape, nature, wildlife, and a variety of candid moments. His work has been published in Best of Photography Annual. Exhibitions include juried shows at Chester County Art Association; Chestnut Hill Business Association; Peddler's Village Art Faire; Turntable at the Junction in Flemington, NJ; and a solo show at the Congregation Beth Or Art Gallery in Spring House, PA. He currently lives in Ambler, PA with his wife of 23 years and his 17 year old daughter, Julia.
A picture is worth a thousand words, always humble. The perfect photo is one that makes you laugh and cry, but not at the same time.
The smallest thing can be a great subject. The little, human detail can become a Leitmotiv. Henri Cartier-Bresson
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