Adam Reynolds is a documentary photographer whose work focuses on contemporary political conflict, with a particular emphasis on the Middle East. He pursues research projects that balance photographic creativity with a journalist’s thematic fidelity. He began his career covering the Middle East in 2007 as a freelance photojournalist. Adam holds undergraduate degrees in journalism and political science, and a Masters of Fine Art degree in photography from Indiana University, as well as a Masters degree in Islamic and Middle East Studies from Hebrew University in Jerusalem. His latest monograph is “Architecture of an Existential Threat”, visual documents of bomb shelters in Israel. He is represented by Redux Pictures in New York.