Artwork by Adam Rainoff
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Manizales Sunset Colombia by Adam Rainoff
Sagrada Familia Northeast Wall Barcelona by Adam Rainoff
Roman Coliseum Plovdiv by Adam Rainoff
Beating Heart Brooch Salvador Dali by Adam Rainoff
October Sunrise Harveston Lake Temecula by Adam Rainoff
Torre del Oro Sevilla Spain by Adam Rainoff
Domus Aurea Wall Fresco by Adam Rainoff
Oslo Opera House by Adam Rainoff
Supermoon 2016 at Moonset over the Pacific by Adam Rainoff
Buddha and Bodhisattvas Maijishan Grottoes Tianshui Gansu China by Adam Rainoff
Fountain of Lions at the Alhambra by Adam Rainoff
Sunrise over Oia by Adam Rainoff
Gate to the Acropolis by Adam Rainoff
Acorn Woodpecker Otun Quimbaya Pereira Colombia by Adam Rainoff
St. Trinity Bridge by Adam Rainoff
Casino Monte Carlo VIP Parking by Adam Rainoff
Summertime on Harveston Lake by Adam Rainoff
Church of the Holy Apostles by Adam Rainoff
Domus Aurea Antechamber by Adam Rainoff
Milky Way over Lake Henshaw by Adam Rainoff
Sapmi Outdoor Museum Under the Northern Lights Karasjok Norway by Adam Rainoff
Black Bellied Whistling Duck Kenisha Prado Tolima Colombia by Adam Rainoff
Vermilion Flycatcher La Macarena Meta Colombia by Adam Rainoff
Female Thick Billed Euphonia Entreaguas Ibague Tolima Colombia by Adam Rainoff
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About Adam Rainoff
Empowering Communities by Promoting Sustainable Tourism
I started traveling the world when I was a young boy with my father when he took a job in Venezuela and it opened my eyes to other cultures and the importance to preserve them. Later, as a college student, I studied linguistics, foreign cultures, then inequality and income disparity. I studied human trafficking and gender oppression. I studied environmental conservation and the value of natural resources.
I had the opportunity to perform participant observation studies in several countries all over the world and I learned that each of these individual cultures had something to offer, but these communities were often forced to choose between their own heritage and modernization. In many cases, the natural resources were being sacrificed in the name of progress. Promises were made, and most were not kept.
After graduating with degrees in International Business, Sociology, Criminal Justice, I continued to travel, this time with the camera, taking photos, bonding with the locals, learning about their culture, explaining to them why itâ€™s important to create an environment where curious travelers will want to explore their own backyard.
This is what I do. I travel, explore, document, and create. I bring back photos to share from these beautiful places for everyone to see. I don't make any money at this. No one pays me to do this. Any income that I get either from sponsors or an occasional print sale or licensing agreement goes back into the same communities that welcome me into their homes to document their village in photos and videos.