Adam Neese is a photographer who investigates place, mythology, and interaction with the landscape in his work. His bodies of work have been exhibited in numerous group, solo, and two person exhibitions nationally and internationally. Adam was an artist in residence at Arteles Creative Center in Hämeenkyrö, Finland in 2015, was the overall winner of Redbird Editions’ inaugural open call in Amsterdam, Netherlands in 2013, and worked with Cow House Studios’ Art on the Farm program in County Wexford, Ireland in 2013. He holds a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from the University of North Texas. Adam’s photographs are included in collections including Harwood International and Target Corporate Headquarters and various private collections.

Adam’s professional work is as an imaging specialist who focuses on technical imaging for cultural heritage materials. He has worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the Paper Conservation department managing aspects of documentation including photography, spectral imaging, computational imaging, and asset management. Adam has also held positions as a Photographer at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, and as the Conservation Imaging Specialist at The Menil Collection. Adam lives and works in Brooklyn, New York, where he is also a freelance retoucher, fine art, architectural, and technical photographer.

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Please send inquiries for exhibitions, opportunities, and pen-pals to adam.b.neese (a) gmail.com.

Ro2 Art
Dallas, TX