Adam Jones has been a life long resident of Louisville, Kentucky. Today this internationally recognized photographer specializing in travel, nature, and wildlife. He travels extensively throughout the U.S. and around the world creating his distinctive images. Jones's award-winning photography has been widely published in magazines, posters, calendars, books, and in national advertising campaigns for clients such as Ford, Eddie Bauer, Miller Beer, and Coldwater Creek.
Adam Jones is recognized worldwide as a prolific stock photographer with his photographs represented by Getty Images, Tony Stone, Visuals Unlimited, Photo Researchers, Orion Press, Oxford Scientific, and Danita Delimont Stock Photography. His work has sold for editorial and commercial uses in over 30 countries. Adam is in great demand for his beautiful graphic nature images and his clean distinctive travel imagery. He is equally at home in remote wilderness area as he is hanging out of a helicopter capturing aerials of major urban areas.
Adam's publication credits also include: National Geographic Books, Life Magazine, National Wildlife Federation, Audubon, Sierra Club, Disney, People Magazine, Hallmark Cards, and hundreds of textbooks. In 1995 the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest honored Adam by selecting one of his images from over 19, 000 entries, as the winner in the "In Praise of Plants" category.
Adam's images have been featured in seven coffee-table books, with three released in 2004. These include his popular instructional book: The Step-by-Step Photography Workshop, which he authored, The Great Smoky Mountains Natural Wonder National Park, and Great Smoky Mountains Simply Beautiful. Due for release in fall 2006, Farcountry Press is releasing Adam's latest book entitled Kentucky Simply Beautiful.
Adam is a very popular and respected workshop instructor and lecturer. Adam teaches photography workshops around the world helping students reach their full potential in the exciting world of photography. He has taught for Canon, Popular Photography & Imaging, Maine Photographic Workshops, Rocky Mountain School of Photography, and Great American Photography Workshops. Adam is noted for his enthusiastic down to earth approach and his ability to communicate effectively with all skill levels. In 2003, Adam sold all his medium format and 35mm film equipment in favor of capturing images exclusively with Canon's 35mm digital cameras.