Adam Ferriss (b. 1988) is a new media artist and photographer based out of Los Angeles, CA. He received a BFA in photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art (2010), and is currently running a darkroom and photo lab in LA. His recent work utilizes the RGB color separation process and custom software as procedural mechanisms to initiate iterative changes in light and pixel structure. Adam is the art director for music blog, Live for the Funk, and is also a member of the Tremendous Family artist collective.
He has been commissioned to create a variety of print and textile designs for music labels, and fashion companies. His work has been published by Conveyor magazine (NYC) and Never Press (LA), and has been shown in the US and abroad. His work has been featured widely around the web on the Creators Project, Wired, Fast Company, booooooom, but does it float, and he has worked with brands such as Nike, Google, and The New York Times. He produces custom software to create websites, print media, and real time video, often employing feedback loops as agents to incite digital change.