Patrick J. Adams for Da Man

Suits star Patrick J. Adams photographed by Mitchell Nguyen McCormack for Da Man Magazine.

Here is what Patrick had to share with Da Man.
On working with Dustin Hoffman on Luck
Game. Changing. I really could talk for days about that time of my life. To keep things brief I will just say that when you brush up against the kind of mastery that populated that show, you better be ready to learn and learn fast. It was the most dynamic, visceral, unique, focused, supportive and creative acting class I’ve ever had the honor of attending. In many ways I feel like I walked onto that set a boy and left a man. 
On his love of photography
I’ve just always been fascinated with captured moments. I’ve always been amazed how a story or a feeling or a conflict can be so effectively communicated in a single image. The fascination must have begun with photos of my family and of distant grandparents who I never knew but who were part of me. I poured over photos as a kid. I made books and made my parents tell me who everyone was. Then I started photographing my family and my life and my friends and then slowly started documenting the world and the things that stuck out to me. Shooting photos has always been a way for me to have a conversation with myself about the world around me. Sharing the photos with friends and online is then a way to deepen that conversation and welcome other people into it. But the joy of it comes with doing of it. The product of the work isn’t really vital to me yet. 
On his upcoming projects
I worked on a fun little short film together called The Come Up which is doing the festival circuit now but other than that I am just finishing up this season of Suits and making sure I am ready for whatever comes next. I’m excited for whatever it is.

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