New York, NY, USA
Adam Ferguson (b.1978) is a freelance photographer based in New York City. Ferguson was born and grew up in regional New South Wales, Australia before studying photography at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University. After graduating he travelled from port to port through the Caribbean and Mediterranean as crew on a sailboat to fund the launch of his photographic career.
Ferguson first gained recognition for his work in 2009 when he embarked on a sustained survey of the US-led war in Afghanistan. Since that time he has worked internationally with a focus on conflict and civilians caught amidst geopolitical forces, contributing to The New York Times, Time Magazine and National Geographic, amongst others.
Over the years he has been the recipient of multiple awards from Photo District News, American Photography, World Press Photo, Pictures of the Year International, National Portrait Gallery of Australia, and his photographs have been included in several solo and group exhibitions worldwide.
Partial client and publication list:
New York Magazine, TIME Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Wired, National Geographic, Vanity Fair, The Rubin Museum of Art, WaterAid, UNICEF, Monocle, Rolling Stone, ESPN, The Financial Times Magazine, Stern, Bloomberg Businessweek and Human Rights Watch.
- Still life