Adam Frisk is an experienced digital journalist and photographer.
A native of Ottawa, he earned a photojournalism diploma and a post graduate diploma in online journalism from Loyalist College in Belleville, Ont. and studied commercial photography at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ont.
Adam worked as an online editor at both canoe.ca and canada.com before joining Global News.
Adam’s photographs, syndicated by Splash News Picture Agency, have been published in newspapers, magazines and on websites around the world, including People, US Weekly, Hello! Canada, Metro, and TMZ.
All it took was a good old New England snowstorm, a Canadian from Almonte, Ont., and a couple of peach baskets for the world to be introduced to one of the most popular sports. Continue reading →
Canadians are increasingly foregoing home cooked grub for quicker, ready-to-eat meals or dinning at a restaurant, a new study suggests. Continue reading →
One person is dead and 22 others were injured near Times Square after a car plowed into pedestrians on a sidewalk just before lunch hour. Continue reading →
Gergen made the comments shortly after The New York Times was first to report Comey had noted in a memo Trump had asked him to stop investigating his former national security adviser. Continue reading →
U.S. President Donald Trump’s old tweets about classified information may come back to haunt him amid reports the president shared classified information with Russian officials last week. Continue reading →
“The Fake Media is working overtime today!” Continue reading →
Thunder Bay police alerted the department about online chatter by someone purportedly planning an attack. Continue reading →
Air Canada said Aeroplan will no longer be the carrier’s loyalty program after its agreement with Aimia – Aeroplan’s parent company – effectively ends June 30, 2020. Continue reading →
A sheriff’s office in Arizona is seeking legal advice after being notified that a local radio station aired what officials called a “disgusting” and “disturbing” Public Service Announcement (PSA) offering advice on ways to hide child pornography. Continue reading →
During Monday’s demonstration a young man decided to use his violin in protest of Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro. Continue reading →
The CFIA said the recall is part of a food safety investigation which may lead to more products to be recalled. Continue reading →
During his daily White House press briefing Monday, Sean Spicer was questioned about Trump’s use of language on his campaign website, the same day the president’s revised travel ban was headed to a federal appeals court. Continue reading →
Flooding has wreaked havoc in many communities from coast to coast over the last week. Continue reading →
The Utah Republican lawmaker made an appearance to cast his vote for the health bill that would repeal and replace the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act. Continue reading →
Jaylene Cook, 25, reached the summit of Mount Taranaki late last week and decided to strip and pose for a photo atop the volcano. Continue reading →