Street Photographer specialising in street photography and documentation of Eastern Europe. Photographs of lost, progress, traces, street observations, tikėjimas, paldiski, abandoned chairs, accidental art, cables, hand job, for.your.information, chairs, excess, from the tracks, missing, pipes, hand signals, accidental art, Berlin, Paldiski, Visaginas, Marzahn, Obscured Objects, Found Chairs, Street Chairs, Beach Photos, Hungary, Budapest, Szentendre, Miskolk, Estona, Narva, Parnu, Tallin, Tartu, Latvia, Jelgava, Riga, Sigulda, Ventspils, Lithuania, Druskininkai, Sialiai, Trakai, Villnius, Visaginas, Bosnia, Mostar, Sarajevo, Croatia, Dubrovnik, Karlovac, Rijeka, Split, Varazdin, Zagred, Slovenia, Bled, Divaca, Izola, Koper, Kranj, Ljubljana, Piran, Radovljica, Poland, Bialystock, Gdansk, Ilawa, Kozalin, Leba, Lebork, Lodz, Poznan, Torun, Warsaw, Wroclaw

adan, born to spanish and english parents spent the majority of his childhood in a sleepy commuter town in west sussex. from 2000 he has lived in london (with a hiatus in berlin & brussels between 04-08).

over the past decade he has been exploring the back streets and alleys of cities all over the world. with a specific interest in eastern europe he has used photography as a tool for capturing the surreal and easily missed in every day urban life.

most of the projects presented here are largely devoid of human beings. free of the distraction of unwitting actors the photos invite the viewer to test their own observational skills, both within the environments and objects presented and in their own surroundings.

more recently adan has been producing experimental works using images from his personal archive that use digital compositing to reinterpret them into new forms and compositions.