Born and raised in Philadelphia, Adam Daily attended Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs receiving a BS in 2003 and earned his MFA from the University at Albany in 2007. His work spans a variety of media and techniques, including painting, photography and collage. Characterized by experimentation and innovation in production methods and materials, Adam often combines digital and hand made processes to create new and unique work. In 2011, he was awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Fellowship in Digital/Electronic Arts for a body of work first developed at the University at Albany combining photography, painting and collage. Also in 2011, he had solo exhibitions of large-scale abstract painting in the barn 2 gallery at Salem Art Works in Salem, N.Y. Most recently Adam has exhibited his paintings at the Governors Island art fair in New York, at Booz&co. in Manhattan, and at the NYFA gallery in Brooklyn. Adam teaches Drawing, Basic Design, and Graphic Design at both SUNY ACC and Hudson Valley Community College. He lives and works in Fort Miller, New York.