I am a Toronto-based conservation photojournalist and visual artist working to express the inextricable link between people and planet.
My work is deeply rooted in a documentary approach that bears witness to humanity’s ecological footprint–the impact of human activities on nature. This work is principally carried out in protected places that celebrate pristine wilderness and in places in peril that draw attention to habitats that still need protection. For me, visual storytelling is a way to start an essential dialogue we all can benefit from–we are not apart from nature, but very much part of it.
I collaborate with domestic and international publications, NGOs, charities, corporations, philanthropists, Indigenous nations, fine art galleries, and with a growing community of online advocates who align with my values.
My photography is represented by National Geographic Creative.
I am a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, a Fellow of The Royal Canadian Geographical Society, and a Fellow of the Explorer’s Club.
As a Partner at Evermaven, a full-service environmental communications agency, I am based out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada when not in the field.
Ambassador with Nikon Canada
Mentorship with National Geographic photographer Frans Lanting
On Assignment Assistant to National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen
Inaugural Photographer-in-Residence with Canadian Geographic
Founder and Director of Environmental Visual Communication
Conservation Photography Editor with Canadian Wildlife Magazine
M.A. degree in Visual Communication from Ohio University
B.Sc. degree in Conservation Biology from Trent University
National Geographic Creative, a division of the National Geographic Society is a stock photography agency that manages and licenses one of the world’s most comprehensive and unique collections of photographs and original artwork. For image licensing please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-791-2830.
Adam Mar began with the belief that quality clothing shouldn’t have to involve compromise so they design and manufacture forward-thinking, durable pieces that incorporate many of the technical features found in the active apparel we’ve all worn and cherished for years, but with a fit and styling that makes sense for our urban lives. The Adam Mar collections are built as blueprints for how we want to dress every day – to work, to play, to relax, and to explore. Manufactured, milled and washed in the U.S.A.
The International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) is an organization whose mission is to further environmental and cultural conservation through photography. As a collective body, their goal is to use the art of high-quality photography to encourage people to take action in support of tangible and meaningful conservation measures.
The Explorers Club
The Explorers Club is an international multidisciplinary professional society dedicated to the advancement of field research and the ideal that it is vital to preserve the instinct to explore. Since its inception in 1904, the Club has served as a meeting point and unifying force for explorers and scientists worldwide. Our headquarters is located at 46 East 70th Street in New York City.
Canada itself, diverse in geographical regions and communities, is reflected in The Royal Canadian Geographical Society’s College of Fellows. So, too, have the Fellows always embodied the longstanding values and tenets of the RCGS: the determination to build, courage to explore and steadfast love of country. The Royal Canadian Geographical Society is dedicated to imparting a broader knowledge and deeper appreciation of Canada through its educational program, as well as by funding geographical expeditions and research, in the form of grants, studentships and awards.
Founder and Director 2012–2016
Environmental Visual Communication
Positioned at the convergence of pragmatism and action, science and art, strategy and skill, the Environmental Visual Communication (EVC) post-graduate certificate, offered through Fleming College on-site at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Ontario, Canada is an education experience producing a new school of hybridized communicators who are passionate about environmental issues and stories and who want to effectively engage people who can foster change.