Adrian Saker was born in Marston Green, Birmingham. Raised by his widowed mother in a single-parent family he went on to study Art History at the Courtauld Insitiute. His interest in photography began at the age of sixteen when he started taking the bus and his Pentax ME super to travel around Birmingham making black and white pictures of industrial landscapes. Even though he studied art at university he maintains that he has learned far more about life, himself and ultimately how to create art from walking the streets, talking to people and being in the world. The streets, for him, are like a never ending art gallery, accessible to anyone.Today he lives in Hall Green with his partner a musician and the occasional visiting cat. He also likes collecting Christmas decorations.
His work has appeared in FotoFirst, C41, Dodho, The Eye of Photography and Positive Magazine.