Bryan Adam Shoots for the Queen, Vogue, and the Post Office


Did you know Brian Adams has shot for the Queen? It became the postage stamp for Canada in the 2004 and 2005. He was also one of the photographers from the Commonwealth, who was invited to photograph Queen Elizabeth II for her ‘Golden Jubilee’.

Photo via Canada Post: Queen Elizabeth II definitive stamp (Canada)

Everyone has their favorite Bryan Adams song. There were numerous hit songs that played in the radio everywhere you go, such as ‘Summer of ’69’, and “Cuts Like a Knife”. Anyone can recognize his voice wherever you are in the world. He started taking photos during one of his tour, and now his work includes portraits of the Queen to Mick Jagger. As a singer Bryan Adams is a legend, as a photographer an inspiration!

Photo via Bryan Adams Photography: Bryan Adams in the H&M Magazine June 2011

Adams also shoots regularly for fashion magazines like Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, Zoo Magazine, and Zoomer Magazine, and many more.

Photo via Bryan Adams Photography: Harper’s Bazaar September 2011 by Bryan Adams

Adams created his first book featuring his photographic work in the United States with Calvin Klein called, “American Women”, with proceeds going to breast cancer research at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. Later, Bryan Adams also published another book, “Made In Canada” in December 1999. These two publications were dedicated to his friend Donna, who passed away of the disease.

Photo via Photography.CA In Canada by Bryan Adams

After discovering his photographic talent I for one just fell a little more in love with Bryan Adams and have been listening to his album Reckless on repeat! What’s your all-time favorite song of his? Share with us in the comments below!

written by jeanettelee on 2011-10-13 #lifestyle #fashion #canada #queen #vogue #photographer #singer #canadian #h-m #bryan-adams


  1. trashpilotin
    trashpilotin ·

    His music was a very big inspiration in my teenager years and I love his pictures! Thank you for sharing them here with us.
    It's hard to pick an all time fave, but I guess it has to be "18 til i die", just love it!

  2. jeanettelee
    jeanettelee ·

    "18 til i die" is also one of my favs too! thank you for sharing your interest :)

  3. canadas-lomography
    canadas-lomography ·

    summer of 69 - hands down!

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