Adam Biernat (1985) is a starting out fine art photographer based in Gdynia, Poland. He is self-taught and began to photograph only recently, exactly in 2013. He studied architecture (Gdansk University of Technology) and history of art (Gdansk University).
In his work, he focuses on seemingly insignificant, negligible moments/objects/places. He closely observes the mundane. With his camera he always tries to look beyond the surface and beyond the literal, to dig into reality and in a way reveal the hidden. Silence intrigues him.
His images are full of semi-whisper, contemplative qualities. What interests him most, is confronting the descriptive precision of the medium with the intangible.
Because of his fascination with faraway places in the north, he has lived for some time in Norwegian Lapland and Iceland. He shares his enthusiasm for Iceland on a blog Bite of Iceland (www.biteoficeland.com), which he co-runs.