Even at a very young age, Adam always enjoyed creating. Before photography, he made his living as a lighting designer for live events and concerts. His clever wit, great people skills, ability to make people smile and in-depth knowledge of light, lead him down the (well-lit) path of photography. Now he spends his days chasing light instead of creating it and has gone on to win many prestigious awards. His burning desire is to one day create and publish a personal project documenting religion and culture around the world. Despite all that, when you look deep down, you’ll see he’s pretty shallow!
“It’s an honor to have been selected to represent team Canada on the world stage. With so much amazing talent out there, it always comes as a surprise to me when I win awards from such prestigious venues. I encourage everyone to compete in photo competitions; it will make you a better photographer. Most of all, always stay humble. ”
The Bedeken Ceremony in a religious Jewish wedding ceremony is usually done with great celebration among friends and family. The groom is marched into a room by the men to “meet” and veil his bride to be.