Edmonton, Alberta, Canada


Adrien Veczan is a photographer best known for his large-scale productions and expert use of complex lighting.

His career started with an internship at the Sydney Morning Herald in Australia, after which he joined the Toronto Star and later the Canadian Press. Adrien has worked for Reuters, the Globe and Mail, USA Today. His photos have been published in the Guardian, the Washington Post and the New York Times. His job has given him access to countless icons including Robert De Niro, LeBron James and Queen Elizabeth II.

Adrien's elegant, thoughtful advertising photography has reached millions of eyes on billboards and magazines ranging from Wired to Playboy and from People to The Economist. Advertising agencies turn to Adrien knowing even their most challenging projects will be executed smoothly.

Between campaigns, Adrien enjoys working on fine art projects that allow him to experiment and develop new techniques. His series Telephone took him to four continents and revealed the evolution of the device in a groundbreaking way. In 2017, his first solo exhibition in Alberta, Whyte Avenue, showcased the historic and eclectic Edmonton neighbourhood.


Designed and constructed by Adrien himself, Veczan Studio is a purpose-built facility equipped with a green room, a makeup station, a full kitchen, and — just to give an idea of the scale — a regulation-size basketball hoop. The studio also includes a woodworking shop to build elaborate sets and rigs. Construction of Veczan Studio started in 2018, the studio is now fully operational.