Adam Henry makes very captivating music. The instrument composition + layered lyrics take you on an intentional journey. His Faith in Christ is his anchor. Adam is a unique artist and he is a well rounded creative. Featured Songs - If I Could Know | - Too Fast | - To Be Alone With You | - Don't Go | - Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing | - Humble Yourself in the Sight of the Lord (feat. Boston Campus Worship Team) | - Mother's Day | - Ten Thousand Angels | - Nothing I Hold onto (feat. Boston Campus Worship Team) | Connect + Support https://www.instagram.com/adamhenrymusic/ Theme music by Montell Fish (Song: Orion) / Episode produced by Adam Harney with Deep Search Studios
Aftershock Online | Episode 15 | Adam Henry: DiscoveryTreks and DukOUT
This week we're talking to Adam Henry: the owner of Discovery Treks and DukOUT Adventure Brokers. Adam is an Arizona native and ASU grad with a strong background in software and web development, and a business degree that focused on entrepreneurship. Adam loves bringing a personal element to his business, and his love of backpacking and hiking helped launch the success of his two companies.DukOUT Adventure Brokers focuses on creating a five star, concierge outdoor experience for folks looking to have an authentic all-inclusive, single-day Arizona experience. These high-end tours are great for folks visiting from out of town who are seeking an effortless, unforgettable day. Adam and his business partner Chris acquired Discovery Treks in 2018, and are focusing this brand on their high-intensity, multi-day backpacking tours through the Grand Canyon and other incredible destinations.Make sure you check out the Show Notes for Adam's takeaways, which can be found here: https://aftershockenterprises.com/aftershock-online-episode-15-adam-henry-discoverytreks-and-dukout-adventure-brokers/
Adam Henry is an artist born in Colorado and grew up in New Mexico. He received his BFA from the University of New Mexico in 1997 and an MFA from Yale in 2001. He has shown his work internationally in venues such as 247365 in NYC, Present Company in Brooklyn, Lucien Terras in NY, Meessen De Clercq in Brussels, the Hole Gallery in New York amongst many others.His work has been covered in ArtNews, Harper’s Bazaar, ArtForum, the New York Times, the Village Voice and many others. He attended the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture and the LMCC Residency at the World Trade Center. He has a current show at ParisLondonHongKong Gallery in Chicago called ‘As Fiction’ which runs until October 28th. I stopped by Adam’s Williasburg studio, not far from my own apartment to talk about Catholic school, being in school when painting wasn’t the thing, old bands like Braniac, day jobs and much more. Sound & Vision is produced, recorded and facilitated by Brian Alfred. The introduction was recorded by Michael Lovett of the band NZCA Lines. You can also catch him performing in the band Metronomy. The intro/outro music is by Shawn Seymour from the band Lullatone. Please subscribe, rate and review Sound & Vision on iTunes. You can find studio snapshots and additional information at soundandvisionpodcast.com. You can find more information about my own paintings and animations at paintchanger.com. Thanks for listening and supporting this podcast and thanks to all the artists who share their stories with me.