Adam Stenhouse is a Vancouver-based photographer and artist. He completed his Master of Applied Arts (MAA) degree at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver, in 2012 and had previously earned a BA Honours in Visual Communication at the Glasgow School of Art in 2006.
Stenhouse’s work is concerned with how we, as individuals and communities, engage with the landscapes we inhabit.
He has worked as Assistant Photo Editor at Momentum Magazine, Vancouver. He has run community projects such as Marpole Imagined with chART: Public Art Marpole, a research partnership and co-creation public art project between Emily Carr University and the community of Marpole in Vancouver, BC. He has exhibited publicly as part of the Richmond Public Art Programming. Stenhouse has also taught photography classes at Richmond Art Centre and at Emily Carr University and exhibits his work extensively.