Adam Hurst is a recent photography graduate from Falmouth University, currently established in the North West of England.
His practice started back in 2012, creating visual narratives and surreal portraiture which were enhanced by his own dreams, thoughts and use of self expression. Growing up with a performative background also majorly influenced the development of his practice.
Since then his curiosity has transformed his work, combining his newly discovered interest in identity with photography to assist his exploration of concepts such as mental health, stereotypes and social standards.
Falmouth University - BA (Hons) Photography. 2015/18
Carmel College - UAL Art Foundation Diploma. 2014/15
Carmel College - Photography A-Level. 2012/14
2018 - 'YOLK Collective'. Free Range, The Old Truman Brewery, London.
2018 - 'FOCUS' BA Photography Graduate Show. The Institution of Photography, Penryn.
2017 - 'WHIP'. The Institution of Photography, The Gallery, Penryn.
2017 - 'LUX'. The Poly, Falmouth.
2015 - 'A Space Within & Other Stories'. The Institution of Photography, The Gallery, Penryn.
2015 - 'Listening'. The Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool.
2014 - 'The Negligent Eye: Life Through a Digital Lens'. The Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool.
2013 - 'Who Do You Think You Are?'. The Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool.
2018 - Yolk Collective. Free Range Catalogue. 'Overbearing Virtues'.