Artist Bio research

Marc Adamus:

Marc Adamus is a landscape photographer based in Western North Amercaia.  Marc’s pursuit of landscape images have taken him around the world almost continuously for well over a decade now.  The visual drama and artistry of his photographs are born of a keen eye for the many moods of Nature and a life-long passion for the wilderness. This passion shines throughout Marc’s work and has attracted a wide audience around the world.

Marc’s style is unmistakable. His talent for rare captures of amazing light and fleeting atmosphere imbue his portfolio with a sense of the epic, majestic and the bold. His success derives from patient single-minded pursuit of all the unique moments that generate the magic and energy of the wilderness, often spending weeks or even months immersing himself in the landscape he shoots despite the rigors of season and weather.

Marc’s photographs have been published extensively worldwide in a large variety of media ranging from calendars, books, advertising and the publications of National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer, Popular Photography and over a hundred more.  Marc’s clients have included Fortune-500 companies such as Apple, HP, Toshiba, Blackberry and more, in addition to wilderness focused enterprises such as the Wilderness Society and Sierra Club.

A full-time professional from 2005 onward, Marc has been frequently mentioned and recognized as an original artist, an innovator and a trendsetter in the modern age of landscape photography.  Marc is regularly described as one of the most influential landscape professionals of his generation.

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Jane Yudelman:


Jane Yudelman was born in South Africa, grew up in England and now divides her time between Massachusetts and Maine. Having worked professionally for many years in poverty-alleviation programmes around the world, she turns to photography to remind herself of the beauty that exists in a world of economic, social and political injustice. Her photography focuses on discovering abstract expressions of this beauty in the natural world: in small patches of ice, on the water surfaces, among leaves in tidal pools. Jane’s work has been exhibited in galleries across the United States and has won a number of awards. Her images can be found in corporate collections in Maine and private collections in the United States and Europe.



Blue Line Arts, “Light Play”, Roseville, CA

Jadite Gallery, “Macro”, New York City, NY — Grand Prize

University of Maine, “An Ordinary Day: Seeing the Unseen”, Belfast, ME

555 Gallery, “The Launch Project”, Boston, MA

Maine Home and Design (MH+D) Magazine, “The Canvas”, January, 2016

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Claire Martin:

Claire Martin (1980) began her career by studying a degree in Social Work, however, she changed her focus to Photography when she realized that change can also be effected through this medium. Since beginning her career pursuing personal projects in 2007, she has focused her lens on marginalized communities within prosperous nations.

She met inhabitants of Vancouver’s Downtown East Side, who live in one of the worst urban slums in North America, ironically, in a city known as “the worlds most liveable”. In the United States, she focused on Slab City’s inhabitants, a community of squatters who live in a former military base in the California’s desert. Most recently, in Australia she has documented people choosing a life of poverty in the forested communes of NSW’s controversial Nimbin area.

This work has been recognized with a Prix Pictet nomination (2012), a Lead Academy Award (2011), the Magnum and Inge Morath Foundation Inge Morath Award (2010), by Reportage by Getty Images and The Sony World Photography Awards (2009), and with an IPA nomination (2008). A limited edition Zine was created, and sold out in 2012 by Editions Bessard, and the complete triptych was exhibited at Image Singulieres in Sete, France in May 2013.

Other solo exhibitions and festival features include, the Lumix Festival for young photojournalism, Germany (2012), The Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney (2011) and Foto Freo Photography Festival, Australia (2010). She has featured in group shows at Reportage Festival, Australia (2013), the Sydney Opera House, Australia (2011), the Art Gallery of Western Australia (2011), the Diechtorhallen House of Photography, Germany (2011) and The Association of Photographers Gallery, UK (2009).

Claire also directs her energies into group projects. She was a member of Oculi, Australia’s most established photo collective, from 2010 – 2014. She also co-created “Danube Revisited – The Inge Morath Truck Project”, a photographic road trip along the length of the Danube River and a travelling exhibition of the work of renowned Magnum photographer Inge Morath, inside a converted 7.5T truck.

Clients include TIME Magazine, Bloomberg Business Week, Vanity Fair UK, The Wall st Journal, Le Monde, Fader Magazine, Monocle magazine, GEO Magazine, The Australian Financial Review, AusAID and SBS Australia. She is represented by INSTITUTE artist mangement and lives in Perth, Western Australia.

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