Adam is a photographer, designer and artist, living and working in Chicago. He is the founder of Adam Frint Photography (a traditional film and digital photography studio), Frint Inc. (an independent creative studio) and JNKCHL (a screen printing art studio).
The core of Adam’s work is in large format black & white photography. His aesthetic is in part driven by the inherent properties of film along with the slow and intricate process of image making with the view camera. Having grown up in Ridott, Illinois (population 160), he is drawn to both rural and urban landscapes. He can be seen scouting locations in downtown as well as in small country roads with his view camera in the trunk, a DSLR on the passenger seat, and a smart phone in his pocket. He is drawn to the imperfections and impermanence of the ever-changing details, whether they manifest themselves in aging silos or in layers of street art.
Adam holds a BFA in Visual Communications, with a Minor in Photography from Northern Illinois University. He has been greatly influenced by Ansel Adams, László Moholy-Nagy, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Michael Kenna, and by his long-time mentor and friend Michael Johnson.
Each negative is limited to an edition of 45 prints. Successive prints are numbered when they are ordered and all sizes are included in the single edition.
All photographs are hand-made silver-gelatin prints on fiber-based paper. Prints are processed to the highest archival standards and selenium toned. Photographs are provided mounted and matted using 100% acid free (rag) museum materials, no exceptions. Edition number and signature can be found on the top side of the matt. Moreover, the edition number, negative date, print date and signature appears on the back of each mount.
Due to travel and scheduling, please allow up to 2 weeks to complete print orders.
Below are examples of the print sizes mounted, framed and matted. Please click through the slideshow to view all sizes.
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+1 815 238 5536