Hi there! My name as I'm sure you have deduced is Adam Bissonnette (bee•suh•net) and I appreciate you taking time from your day to browse my work and I hope that you have found my photography pleasing to your eye. If you have not taken the time to browse through my work I highly recommend you take a gander. The best way to see if I or any photographer is right for you is to take a look at their work.
I've been a photographer for 7 years at the time of writing this "About Adam" page. It is possible that I have been a photographer for slightly longer or much longer if I have mistakenly neglected this page as coming up with a half decent about me page can be a very stressful process.
I am a father to three wild and crazy boys and husband to one amazingly supportive and beautiful wife. If you have taken the time to browse my portfolio you will have seen many a pictures of my boys. They make great test subjects... I mean models.
I was first introduced to the art of photography while attending college for animation. We used photography as a tool to teach us how to go about composing a scene. It was a short class in which we used film as this was before digital was even a thing. A few years later in an attempt to hold off the realities of adult life I attended film school. This is where my love for photography really took hold. With film you have time to tell a story through words, movement and music. With still photography you are challenged to tell a story in one frame and I relish the opportunity.
My goal during our time together is to tell a story. You should be able to relive the emotion and atmosphere of your photoshoot throughout each and every photo you look upon. I also do a great job at creating the illusion that every single member of your family was having an absolute blast and enjoying each others company throughout the entire shoot at no extra cost.
Thank you for taking time to view my work and for reading a little about me. I hope that one day soon I will have the opportunity to capture your amazing story through a few hundred photos.