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.
As London reels from Wednesday’s terror attack that left four people dead, including the British-born attacker, details are emerging about those who lost their lives. Continue reading →
Police have declared the attack as a “terrorist incident.” Continue reading →
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Shree Chauhan live-streamed her encounter with Spicer as she asked him questions about U.S. President Donald Trump and Russia. Continue reading →
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Armed with metal detector and a shovel Daniel Kristiansen and his father Klaus, went off into the field to see what they could find. Continue reading →
Lights surrounding New York City’s Lady Liberty suffered an “unplanned outage” around 10 p.m. ET. Continue reading →