Adam Robert Young is a photographer who specialises in social documentary, photojournalism and street photography.
As a visual storyteller, Young is particularly drawn to the tales of those on the outer, the marginalised and those who otherwise may never have a voice to tell others of their plight. That is not to say he doesn't enjoy sharing stories of hope and triumph as well. Whatever the story, however, Adam's images are characterised by their aesthetic appeal and the sense of empathy that permeates them.
In 2014, Young released his first photographic book Saigon Panorama, with 146 pages of stunning panoramic images capturing scenes from Ho Chi Minh City (refer to the Saigon Panorama menu page on this website).
With over a decade of teaching experience, Young also delivers tuition and conducts the occasional photography workshop in Australia and overseas.
Young completed a Master of Arts in Visual Arts at the Queensland College of Art, and is living in Brisbane with his wife Jade.
2018 Finalist, Aussie Street street photography competition, Head On Photo Festival
2017 Finalist, Australia's Top Emerging Photographer (student)
2015 Runner-up, Wesley Mission Photojournalism Competition
2015 Shortlisted, Canon Light Awards, August
2010 First Place, UNSW Bookstore Humanitarian Award
*both direct and through Getty Images under the name Adam Young