Adams impressed scouts during tryouts for New York’s pre-Academy Regional Development School and earned himself a spot in the Red Bulls academy, quickly rising through its ranks to become a key member of their youth national team.
Adams was one of the last great romantics of nineteenth-century American landscape painting and photography; the philosophical successor to American Transcendentalists like Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau and John Muir.
Early Life and Education
Adams found comfort and discipline through music during an otherwise volatile childhood. Learning piano taught him how to focus his craft with precision – something which greatly influenced both his photography and writings about it later.
Adams was a dedicated environmental activist. He wrote thousands of letters to newspaper editors, Sierra Club members and Wilderness Society members as well as government bureaucrats in order to advocate his conservation philosophy.
Adams was also an enthusiastic proponent of photography as an art form that could convey spiritual experiences of nature through photography. Adams actively sought ways to connect with audiences through photography and his writings about it, making an impressionful mark in America’s cultural zeitgeist as his photographs became symbols of wilderness – truly, he was the embodiment of American artistry at his time.
Adams first joined the New York Red Bulls at age 10 through their Regional Development School (RDS) program and quickly advanced through their academy ranks – playing for U-13 and U-14 teams before eventually earning his place on Youth National Team roster and being considered one of the premier players for his age group in America.
Since he was 12 years old, Adams has made the long journey from Wappingers Falls to Whippany for Red Bull training sessions – something which has defined his work ethic and contributed to fuelling his unstoppable motor on the pitch.
His professional debut for NYRB II came on April 4, 2015 when he recorded 808 minutes during USL season. These early appearances paved the way for an outstanding 2017.
Achievement and Honors
Adams served in North Carolina’s state legislature from 2011-2016 and advocated for legislation to increase funding for historically Black Colleges as well as improving access to quality health care in North Carolina.
She earned both her undergraduate and graduate degrees in art education at North Carolina A&T State University and The Ohio State University respectively, becoming a feature twirler in Thiel Tomcat Marching Pride as well as being part of their business and accounting club, Chi Eta Sigma business honorary society, and Kappa Mu Epsilon math honorary society – among many other organizations – at Thiel College Hermitage Pennsylvania.
Adams made history on November 14 when he made his MNT debut against Portugal. Since then he has featured in five matches and is becoming an established midfielder.
Adams made history when, as a teenager, he played up an age group in the Red Bulls academy system and made it onto their first team – becoming the youngest ever player ever called up by US national team manager Dave Bassett in 2017.
Adams was distinguished by his technical mastery of photography as the foundation for both his own and other photographers’ works. He founded Group f/64 – an informal yet influential organization – and wrote numerous technical manuals covering photography techniques.
Adams worked tirelessly as an attorney outside of courtroom proceedings. His outstanding defense of soldiers accused in the Boston Massacre cemented his place as one of the leading attorneys of his day.
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At Palo Alto High School, he excelled at both football and basketball before enrolling at Fresno State University to join their Bulldogs football team and making both Mountain West All-Conference lists as sophomore and junior.
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