ABOUT ADAM: THE ARTIST
The core of my creative work lies in photography, writing and design.
I founded Humanitou as a website for “conversations of humanness and creativity” in 2017. I published those conversations in text Q&A form until launching the Humanitou Podcast early in 2020.
Sometimes I go fly fishing; I snip the hooks off the flies. I’m a rare fly fisherman who means it when he says, “I’m just there for the scenery.” I wade into the river — or sip coffee and read while sitting on a boulder in the stream — to be immersed in the scenery, and without desire to hook fish.
I took up snowboarding at 40 and, other than getting nervous nearly every time I dismount the chairlift, I feel pretty badass* carving lines with my board. [*Badass is relative.] I also hike and run enthusiastically, if not quite as regularly as I think sounds like a good idea.
I am a spiritual practitioner and teacher of yoga. I meditate daily. I write poetry and publish some of it on this website, and in chapbook form under the Humanitou imprint. I exhibit and sell my photography, and other art work. [See Shop]
As a journalist some years ago, I got a lot of experience as an interviewer and a photojournalist. I also, subsequently, published my writing and photography a lot. Then I did more of that for many years as a content marketer and strategist in a weirdly broad range of industries. Until moving to Colorado and shifting focus to do all the things noted above.
Photo credit: Becca Williams