The Land of Adam Story
So shortly after I started my design business in 2007, I took out a personal loan to buy my first camera. Yes, ignorance truly is bliss. With virtually no experience and more curiosity than a troop of cats, I taught myself how to use it and became obsessed with it. I documented my children's lives. I began to explore places I never thought I would – many of them with my family. I looked at the world around me differently and began to find beauty in even the most ordinary objects. In essence, this black box of buttons and glass developed a deeper sense of gratitude in me for the wonderful world we live in.
That's why Land of Adam is intended to be more than just fine art photography for the home or office. It's the opportunity to celebrate that same wonderment and exploration my family and I have found. It's seeing the world differently and desiring the spirit of discovery from the comfort of your own base camp.
Rule of Thirds Profit Plan
The rule of thirds is one of the first principles I learned as a photographer. Since then it has helped me strengthen my work to become internationally published and recognized. The rule of thirds starts by splitting what you see through your camera into three equal parts – both vertically and horizontally. This rule helps me achieve the highest visual potential of every photograph I take. In the same light, I use the rule of thirds to achieve the highest potential of good from the profit of every Land of Adam piece you purchase.
1/3 is given to others in less fortunate circumstances to pursue their dreams.
1/3 is socked away for my kids to pursue their education and dreams.
1/3 is reinvested into Land of Adam to create more pieces and more good.
It may seem pie in the sky but I promise that every little bit helps. I can't thank you enough for contributing – your purchase will have a lasting and exponential impact on the world.