Born in 1983, based in Warsaw, Poland. Co-founder of Napo Images and vice president of Napo Foundation. He photographed for the “The New York Times”, “Le Monde”, “L’espresso”, “Die Zeit”, “GEO”, “Newsweek”, “Le’Magazine”, “Svenska Dagebladet”. Winner of numerous photo contests including Pictures of the Year and International Photography Awards. His photo essays were shown on prestigious international exhibitions, including Polka Galerie at HSBC in Paris, the Prague Biennale, World Photojournalism Festival in Beijing. In years 2010-2012 he taught two subjects (“Press Photography” and “Reportage and New Media”) at the Institute of Journalism at the University of Warsaw. He published two books „Stigma” (2014) and „Neverland” (2016). Adam Lach concentrates primarily on long-term documentary projects. In his photographs he focuses his attention on people, relationships, emotions and intimacy. He aims to create a genuine story, unaffected by artificial peripeteia, but marked by the author’s interpretation of the portrayed reality.