Adrian Wojtas

(Nowy Sącz, Poland, 1996) is a multidisciplinary creative currently based in Meath/Dublin, Ireland. His works span a variety of mediums including photography, graphic design, and film.

Adrian specialises in portrait, food, and advertising photography with years' experience working alongside Ireland's best photographers on a wide range of national and international campaigns.

His personal photographic work includes expressive self-portraiture and work concerned with themes of ideology, human interaction, and abstract formalism. More recently, Adrian moved towards filmmaking and has acted as director and cinematographer on two short films. Both films (a short film about filing / More Than This) explore themes of bureaucracy, memory, and isolation, and have received recognition at film festivals across Ireland and internationally.

Adrian studied Photography at the Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Dún Laoghaire. He graduated from the BA (Hons) programme with First Class Honours and received a commendation from the Irish Professional Photographer's Association in recognition of the work produced during his final year.

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Druid Theatre Company · Dublin City Council · Metropolitan Workshop · Docklands Dental · IADT · IADT Students' Union · Your Smile Direct · Embassy of France in Dublin · dlr LexIcon · Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council · Project Arts Centre

Selected Exhibitions

2018 - One Year Revolv, Safehouse 1, London, UK (Group)
2018 - Sights & Sounds: Ireland Today, Dupont Underground, Washington D.C., USA (Group)
2018 - Peripheral Visions, PH21 Gallery, Budapest, Hungary (Group)
2017 - RE:VIEW, The Complex, Dublin, Ireland (Group)
2017 - SPARKS International Student Cuts (Video and Animation), FASS Art Gallery, Sabancı University, Istanbul, Turkey (Group)
2017 - Street Feasts, dlr LexIcon, Dún Laoghaire, Ireland (Group)
2017 - Social Inclusion Week, County Hall, Dún Laoghaire, Ireland (Group)
2017 - SURVEYOR, Solstice Arts Centre, Meath, Ireland (Group)
2017 - Graduate Exhibition, IADT Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland (Group)
2016 - Expressions, Backstage Theatre, Longford, Ireland (Group)
2015 - Expressions, Cruthú Arts Festival, Longford, Ireland (Group)
2015 - Ode to Crept, Steambox, Dublin, Ireland (Group)


2018 - F-Stop Magazine, Issue #89, June 1, 2018.
2018 - Colossal, Feature, May 7, 2018.
2018 - Photo/Foto Magazine, Folio, May 2, 2018.
2018 - Cuckoo Magazine, Interview, April 20, 2018.
2018 - F-Stop Magazine, Issue #88, April 1, 2018.

Honours & Awards

2018 - Winner - Best Experimental Film ('More Than This'), Hyperfest International Student Film Festival, Romania
2018 - Official Selection ('More Than This'), River Film Festival, Italy
2017 - Student Photographer of the Year, Irish Professional Photographers Association Award, IADT Class of 2017 Graduation, Ireland
2017 - Official Selection ('More Than This'), Ekran, Toronto Polish Film Festival, Canada
2017 - Official Selection ('More Than This'), IndieCork Film Festival, Ireland
2017 - Official Selection ('More Than This'), Kerry Film Festival, Ireland
2017 - Official Selection ('a short film about filing'), Early Bird, International Student Film Festival, Bulgaria
2017 - Winner - Best Fiction Film ('a short film about filing'), Student Cuts, International Student Film Festival, Slovenia
2017 - Highly Commended ('More Than This'), Inspirational Arts Photography Award, Ireland
2017 - Longlisted Artist ('More Than This'), RDS Visual Arts Awards, Ireland
2017 - Official Selection ('a short film about filing'), Berlin Student Film Festival, Germany
2016 - Nominee – Short Film of The Year (‘a short film about filing’), National Student Media Awards (SMEDIAS), Ireland
2015 - Highly Commended Finalist, Expressions, Longford Art Photography Portrait Competition & Exhibition, Ireland
2015 - Finalist, Open Category, Irish Times Amateur Photographer of the Year Awards, Ireland
2015 - Student Photographer of the Year, National Photographic Awards, Irish Professional Photographers Association, Ireland