Adam Ryder

Adam Ryder was born in Alexandria, VA and currently lives and works in New York City. He holds an MFA in Photography, Video, and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts in New York City and a BA in Studio Art from Clark University.

Ryder’s photographic practice has focused on the built environment, urbanism and infrastructure. As one half of the creative studio Site Unseen, he has collaborated on both grant-funded and residency-supported projects On the Grid and The Edge of Light, documenting infrastructure and contemporary landscapes in Rhode Island and Utah.

Recent exhibitions include: Selections from the Joint Photographic Survey,, A Slender Gamut (New York); The Most Science-Fictional Buildings on Earth, Transported to Other Planets, We Come From the Future (New York); Camera Club Auction, The Camera Club of New York, (New York); Unlived Histories, Flanders Gallery (Raleigh, NC); and , Harvester Gallery (Hudson, NY). His works have been featured in Wired, Conveyer Arts Magazine, Design Observer, and Metropolis Magazine, among others. In 2010 Ryder held a residency at The Center for Land Use Interpretation.