Adam Elkins is a self taught photographer from Columbus, Ohio. Known for his symmetry, play with focus and stunning reflections, Elkins' claim to fame is capturing the beauty of decay and abandonment, frozen in time. In addition to working in editorial and commercial photography, Elkins' works have been featured in The New York Times, Rolling Stone, The Fader and MTV.com. The Huffington Post has named Elkins as one of 'the best urban exploration photographers on Instagram,' and the Columbus Museum of Art purchased one of his photographs to archive as a permanent part of their collection. In addition to Photography, Elkins has made a name for himself through curation, consulting, and working with brands to build their social media presence. Elkins' cerebral photographic process has drawn in the attention of noted photographers, film makers, and visual artists across the globe.
Adam Elkins is based in Columbus, Ohio, but frequently travels to Los Angeles and New York for work.
CS Gallery ‘Exposure: A Mobile Photography Exhibit’ 2014
CS Gallery ‘Exposure: A Mobile Photography Exhibit’ 2015
Columbus Museum Of Art: Permanent Collection 2015
Sharon Weiss Gallery 2018
Feature: Instagram Suggested User 2014 & 2015
Feature: Mashable.com #portraitsinpuddles
State Bicycle Co
The Columbus Dispatch
The Huffington Post
The New York Times