St. Louis Jeweler Adam Foster Creates Medallions For The Inductees To The International Photography Hall of Fame

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St. Louis jewelry artisan Adam Foster has made some big moves in the past year. His new Brentwood studio has allowed him more breathing room as the headquarters, workshop, design studio and consultation space for his growing list of clientele. He also officially made the move into wholesale with the launch of his first retail collection at St. Louis-based Elleard Heffern.

But something else may be even bigger.

Foster was commissioned to design the medallion that will be awarded to this year’s inductees to The International Photography Hall of Fame—an elite roster which includes the legendary Annie Leibovitz, documentarian Ken Burns, and the late Steve Jobs. The IPHF, which recently located to St. Louis, will present the medallions—Foster’s design and creation of a bronze camera lens—during the induction ceremony which will take place on Oct. 28 at the .ZACK.

Here’s a closer look at the space that the St. Louis-based craftsman calls “home.”







Photos by Attilio D’Agostino.

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