Born and raised in Southern California, Adam Franzino is one of fashion’s rising photographers. Upon moving to New York in 2005 to pursue his photography career, he began working with some of the industry’s leading photographers. Since striking out on his own, he has expanded his scope to directing various film projects for clients such as Victoria’s Secret, Esquire, Guess Jeans, and several record labels.
Although fashion photography is Adam’s first love, he is also dedicated to humanitarianism. He has worked with Donna Karan and President Clinton on “Hope for Haiti,” a project that showcases local Haitian artists in order to improve their living and working conditions.
Adam now splits his time between Los Angeles and New York shooting for a variety of advertising and editorial clients.