Adam Williamson is a skilled stone/wood carver and practicing artist in many media. He undertakes interior, architectural and sculptural commissions. He has been commissioned by among others HRH the Prince of Wales, Oxford University, Shakespeare’s Globe London, Kew Gardens, Westminster Abbey, Pakistan Embassy, Foreign Office in Vienna and London Zoo.
Adam is a leading specialist in biomorphic art (Arabesque / Islimi), he is a sessional lecturer at Birkbeck, University of London he has lectured at Cambridge University and taught in schools and museums across London, including the British Library, V&A, British Museum and PSTA. He wrote the Islimi chapter for the recently published Thames and Hudson book: Arts and Crafts of the Islamic Lands
Adam has traveled around the world to work with artists, including Mount Athos, Greece, Spain, Morocco and Turkey. He was the subject of a documentary when he traveled to Malaysia and Indonesia looking at woodcarving and biomorphic art in that area.