Former New York Times Magazine Media Editor
365体育备用网址Adam Stoltman is a media professional with decades of experience working at the intersection of editorial, creative, technology, entreprenurial and mission driven environments. He has worked for, and with companies such as The New York Times, Time Warner, Eastman Kodak, The Walt Disney Company, GlaxoSmithKline, ARUP, and PEARSON. In the not for profit arena and social sector, he has worked with major foundations and their grantees.
A former New York Times Magazine and daily newspaper picture editor, he has helped shape award winning visual coverage of world events, and was instrumental in the implementation of digital production and workflow processes at the newspaper for the daily photo report. While Deputy Picture Editor for Feature Photography at Sports Illustrated, Stoltman helped oversee the expansion of the visual element for all feature stories, working closely with editors and photographers to develop longer term projects and concepts.
A seasoned sports and editorial photographer, he has covered 12 Olympics, some as a photographer and some as an editor, and countless sporting events worldwide. His photographic work has appeared in myriad publications in the United States and abroad.
An early innovator in online and multimedia storytelling, he co-founded and co-published one of the first streaming media publications on the internet. In doing so, he was a two time Pictures of the Year recipient for best use of photography on the internet.
365体育备用网址Stoltman has served on the International Advisory Council for The George Eastman House in Rochester, and has helped to advise the institution on collecting and programming strategies within a digital imaging environment, and envisioning ways in which the museum can transition to digital and new media. He has presented seminars related to new media, storytelling, imaging and photography at The Poynter Institute, Macworld Expo, Quicktime Live, and has taught at New York’s International Center for Photography, The Palm Beach Photo Workshops, and The Eddie Adams Photo Workshop.