About Me

"I'm primarily a documentary photojournalist & filmmaker but lately I've been interested in all sorts of portraiture. That's why I've joined this site. Also to expand my portfolio and portraiture technique. I'm all about TFP right now. I live in Missoula, Mont. but I frequently make trips to Milwaukee, Wisc., Phoenix, Az., and Billings, Mont."

Adam Sings In The Timber, Crow, graduated from the University of Montana in Missoula with a degree in Journalism with a Photo option. A graduate of the Freedom Forum's American Indian Journalism Institute, Sings In The Timber has had photo internships at The Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Va., and the Billings Gazette and Great Falls Tribune in Montana. In October 2007, he attended the Eddie Adams Workshop, an intense four-day gathering of top photojournalism professionals in New York City and won a scholarship as the top student.

Sings In The Timber is also a photographer & multimedia producer for Reznet News (reznetnews.org), producing audio slideshows & videos. He is also a founding member and photo editor for CrowNews.net, a community journalism website that serves Crow Agency, Mont. on the Crow Reservation.

Sings In The Timber is currently working on a photo book documenting the Crow tribe of Montana titled Apsáalooke Nation. He is also a documentary filmmaker with lots of video and editing experience.

His work has appeared in The New York Times, USA Today, The Virginian-Pilot, The Associated Press, Indian Country Today, The Great Falls Tribune, and The Billings Gazette.

Adam lives in Missoula, Mont. with his beautiful wife, son, dog, and cat. He is also a lover of Fender guitars and Mesa/Boogie amplifiers.

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