Adam Thompson

A landscape photography based in Kentucky. Loves hiking, backpacking, and all around adventure.

Hello there! My name is Adam Thompson, though I’m better known online as The Serial Photog. I am a landscape photographer based in Kentucky who specializes in capturing the beauty of our natural world.

I love nothing more than getting out into the middle of nowhere with my camera and seeing what I can find. Rather it be previously unknown waterfalls, impressive natural arches, or some of the many vast landscapes our planet has to offer. 

To be completely honest with you, I’ve never been very good at these sorts of introductions, but since you’ve taken the time to read this far I guess I should reward your efforts. You can find out more about me below!

Email: adam [at]

Picture shot by my buddy Tim Watson during a backpacking trip to Red River Gorge.

Currently I am a twenty-something year old guy living in the grand ol’ state of Kentucky. As I mentioned already, my passion is setting out into the wilderness with my camera. If I’m not on an adventure, I’m either planning one or daydreaming about the next one!

Being based in the Bluegrass state means that I frequently explore the Daniel Boone National Forest, especially the Red River Gorge region (I’m even a search and rescue volunteer there). These areas have played a significant role in shaping who I am today. 

My goal is to photograph the amazing natural beauty that surrounds us and make others fall in love with these places. I believe that the only way to make someone want to protect something is to make them fall in love with it. 

More recently I’ve discovered another passion of mine: sharing my experiences and knowledge with others. This has been the catalyst behind my blog and YouTube channel

I’m really a pretty humble guy, so that’s about all I’ve got to say about myself for now. If you’ve got any other questions, feel free to get in touch or, better yet, be awesome and check me out on social media!

If you’re a software or hacking geek, like me, then you might also be interested in checking out my personal hacking blog.