ADAM SWICA (born 1953, Nottingham, England; lives and works in Toronto) graduated from Ontario College of Art in 1977, specializing in Experimental Arts and Photography. He was a founding member of The Funnel film collective (1977-1982), where he made and screened experimental films. During this time, he shot for a number of colleagues, including Anna Gronau, Midi Onodera, Rebecca Garrett and John Greyson. He pursued a career in film as a cinematographer, working with many noted directors, including George Romero, George Hickenlooper Peter Lynch and Jonathan Sobol. His photographic work has appeared in Impulse Magazine, Spring 1980 and Prefix Photo, Issue 14, Autumn/Winter 2006 (cover). Recent exhibitions include Free Assembly, with Christine Davis and Vlad Lunin, Christie Contemporary (2017) and Ellipsis, Feature Exhibition for Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, Christie Contemporary, Toronto, 2018. Placeholders, Feature Exhibition for Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, Christie Contemporary, Toronto, opens in May 2019.