Andy Adams (b. 1978) is an independent producer + publisher whose work blends aspects of digital communication, online audience engagement, and web-based creative collaboration to explore current ideas in photography and visual media.
Recent projects include The Future of Photobooks, a cross-blog conversation that considered the impact of internet culture on photographic production, exhibition and distribution and 100 Portraits - 100 Photographers, an exhibition of contemporary portraiture that has shown at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Australian Centre for Photography and numerous festivals in the U.S. and abroad. In 2012, he was commissioned by the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design to produce Looking at the Land - 21st Century American Views, a web-based survey exploring the evolving landscape photographic tradition. Last year, Adams partnered with the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art to produce Making Pictures of People, a mobile publication/exhibition of recent photographic portraiture designed for touchscreen tablets and handheld devices. 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 FlakPhotoNetwork, an online community focused on conversations about photo/arts culture.