New York City-based Adam Nadel (February 2014) has been a professional photographer since 1992. His work focuses on the intersections of journalism, art, science and human rights. His work has been exhibited in galleries and musuems around the world, used in international campaigns for human rights, disease prevention, habitat protection, permanent museum exhibitions, and received top honors in national and international photojournalism and photography contests. He has created and curated numerous portraits series, including Malaria: blood, sweat, and tears, a photgraphic show about the science, history and human toll of malaria. The exhibition was opened by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. Nadel also received a Magnum Foundation Emergency Grant and funding from The National Science Foundation for a project on Everglades restoration. Awards and honors include: First Prize at World Press Photo (2003, 2004), First Place at Pictures of the Year International (2002, 2004 and 2010), New York Foundationa for the Arts Fellowship in Photography (2006), and Pulitzer Nomination from the New York Times (2006). Nadel has been commissioned by, and published in, major newspapers and magazine including: The New York Times, Newsweek, Time, Science, Stern, Der Spiegel, Le Monde, The Sunday Telegraph, The Daily Telegraph, and The Times of London.