The photographic series entitled Supermoon is a collection of images and text based on the impact of the moon’s gravitational pull upon nature and human behavior. Supermoon utilizes photography’s evidentiary nature to depict objects, scenes, and metaphorical representations of the stories provided. Each story included in this series utilizes factual data such as specific dates and lunar distances, while local myth, criminal records, as well as hearsay provide the basis for the short form narratives found throughout the series.
"I met Adam at the LBM Camp for Socially Awkward Storytellers and it was a bromance at first sight. On the last day, he gave me a copy of his self-published book and during my flight home, I finally got to sit down with Supermoon, a slim magazine-sized book that presents Forrester's evocative images that read simultaneously as police evidence photographs and scientific documents. The book collects together stories about the influence of the moon on daily life: from the mysterious disappearance of some pool water, to murder cases, to its effect on the eyes (and psyche) of famous astronomers. Even after a week of being surrounded by great storytellers, this still blew me away."
- Jim Reed, GUP Magazine
8.25 x 10.75 in
Signed and Numbered Edition of 300