Claudia Adams holds a Masters Degree in both Art and Education, which was the key ingredient in tweaking her interest in photography.  In 1985, she began her world travel adventures, and realized the need to photographically document the changing world.  Since that time she has had the opportunity to visit 53 countries, including: Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Morocco, Australia, New Zealand, Peru, Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands, India, The Seychelles, Madagascar, and all fifty United States.

Her photography studies include well known photographers such as Art Wolfe, John Shaw, Jim Zuckerman, Rod Planck, and John and Barbara Gerlach.  Claudia's credits include: Audubon, Nature Conservancy, National Geographic Traveler Magazine, Peterson's Photographic Magazine, Popular Photography Magazine, Photographers Forum, 23 Brown Trout calendars, several private calendar companies, a selection of photo greeting cards, boxed (petroglyph) duotone note cards and two book covers.   She now has two photo agents, who continue to distribute her photography world wide.

In addition to travel photography, Claudia has extensive photo files covering "Wild Things" from birds of prey, wild cats, wolves, bear (polar, brown, black & grizzly), to tamer species of Shore Birds and cuddly creatures. Macro or 'close up' photography is another passion, ranging from details of flowers and insects to scale patterns of butterflies and snakes.

With the advent of a new millennium Claudia made the giant leap and "quit her day job" to travel and photograph full time. The twenty first century holds great adventures for us all, and she plans to be first in the 'Adventure' line.  Claudia is always on the move.  Be sure to visit her travel itinerary link to see where she will be photographing next!

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