Adam Andres Pawlikiewicz, Photographer / Videographer

In 29 years I've taken up a lot of interests but just one passion: storytelling. Since graduating from The College of William & Mary, I've biked solo across America, travelled to places as foreign to me as Ghana and Cambodia, and lived in places as familiar as my mom’s childhood home in Medellin, Colombia. I’ve taken on trips and challenges, and been on the road so long that it feels like my natural state is to be "on the go." It’s given me the perspective that the journey’s far more important than the actual destination, so I want to hone every tool I have to capture the moment.

This realization is what caused me to pick up a camera and begin documenting through both motion pictures and stills. I may not be able to describe tipping points born out of moments of true determination, struggle, and great odds with the eloquence of Malcolm Gladwell, but as a filmmaker and photographer I hope to capitalize on the cliche that a picture is worth a thousand words, while knowing a film reel can reverberate even more.

Professionally, I've shot for outdoor publications, such as Rock & Ice, and for several outdoor brands, such as, Adidas Terrex, Rumpl, Lems, and Feral Mountain Co. In 2018 I founded a production company called On The Go Media and continue to work as a freelance videographer and photographer. As a cyclist, I've been featured on National Geographic Travel and Adventure Cycling Magazine.

If any of this resonates with you I’d love to connect! Please feel free to contact me by email: or follow my work @adamonthego.

In The Media

Voyage Denver Magazine

“My job is part documentarian and part athlete, in order to get in position for a shot I myself have needed to be a competent climber/cyclist/traveler all before even pulling out a camera.”

Read my full story in Voyage Denver here.