ADRIAN MUELLER is both a good friend and an incredibly talented photographer.
He’s been recognized as one of Lürzer’s Archive’s “200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide”, named as one of PDN’s 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch in 2010, and also selected as Canon’s “Emerging Photo Pro” for 2010. William Sawalich, the Editor of Digital Photo Pro Magazine, said that “Adrian creates extraordinary images that clients not only want to publish, but also want to display on their walls.”
He’s right — and that’s why I couldn’t be more pleased to announce that, in addition to supporting The Language Project and Village Science directly, Adrian has donated a 20 x 30 inch, foamboard mounted copy of “Low Tide”, a photo from a series he shot on location in Nova Scotia.
Help In Your Own Way
Donating this beautiful photograph is only part of how Adrian embodies the Help In Your Own Way Giveaway spirit of people sharing their time and talent in a way that can help others. When his footage of a tornado in Brooklyn went viral on YouTube and was picked up by news outlets across the country, Adrian donated the money he received from the networks to Village Science. When I needed a heavy-duty case to safely transport donated equipment to Laos, I used one that Adrian gave me.
I wish every person had at least one friend as good as Adrian — and I can’t thank him enough for the contributions he’s made to these hard-working students.
What Can You Do?
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