Contact

Please send me a message using the contact form below. If you prefer to email me directly, I can be reached at macchiaphotography(at)gmail.com.  You can also find me on Instagram @macchiaphoto.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

About

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Adam Kane Macchia, born in 1979, grew up in Mt. Kisco, NY. He graduated from Northeastern University in 2002 with a degree in philosophy. In 2008, Adam graduated from the Hallmark Institute of Photography. His passion for photography began in High School, led by Barbara Korein and Ruddy Havill, two great teachers who fostered creativity.  It continued through traveling in Central and South America culminating in a documentary film about workers and their relationship to the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Later, through working with C. Taylor Crothers, Adam continued a love for images of cities by exploring the landscape of New York.  And with the addition of photographing beautifully designed interiors, Adam feels he has discovered the sweet spot for his photographic eye. Adam has worked with some great clients, including:  The New York Times, Luxe Interiors, Interior Design Magazine, Westchester Magazine, The Bowery Presents, The Crown Restaurant Group, The Carlton Hotel, Superfly Presents, Hilton Hotels, The Garden City Hotel, Brooklyn Bowl
 

Contact

Please send me a message using the contact form below. If you prefer to email me directly, I can be reached at macchiaphotography(at)gmail.com.  You can also find me on Instagram @macchiaphoto.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

A stroll around Brooklyn

Here are some recent images from a quick tour of the Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Heights and Fort Greene neighborhoods of Brooklyn.  There are so many ways to make these places look great and the goal here was to do just that.  The client builds websites showcasing the best parts of a neighborhood for perspective homeowners.  Of course, these places are well known as some of the hottest real estate markets in NYC, but I still enjoyed the chance to show why.