Steph Adams is an international bestselling Author, Art Director, Editor and Business women who was born in Perth, Western Australia. After graduating from St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls in 1994, Adams travelled internationally working as a Model throughout Europe, Asia and the UK before moving to Sydney with Vivien’s Model Management. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Curtin University of Western Australia in Graphic Design, Marketing and Psychology.
Her work as an Art Director has been employed by global retail giants such as Net-a-Porter, British Vogue, Elle UK, Harpers Bazaar UK, Vogue Australia, Vogue Entertaining & Travel, Country Style, Donna Hay, Gourmet Traveller, Grazia, Marie Claire and Conde Nast Traveler magazine.
Steph Adams is the Editor of LAQUA Magazine, which she founded in 2017.
Adams has collaborated with some of the industry’s most iconic image-makers including: Stephen Quinn, publisher of British Vogue, and Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet.
Adams has worked professionally with Dior, SKII, Estee Lauder, WelleCo, Aerin Lauder, Loreal Paris, Waterford Crystal and many more.
In April of 2016, Adams published her first book, a collection of healthy recipes from celebrities, hotels, spas and cafes around the world, called Good to Glow with Co-Author; Tali Shine, which was released by TeNeues Publishing. The book has since been translated into three languages and published in Germany, UK, US and France.
In Dec 2016 the Bestselling book: The Game Changers; Success Secrets from 40 women at the top was published by Steph Adams and Samantha Brett. The book has been featured on Good Morning America, Harpers Bazaar UK, Marie Claire Australia, Grazia and hit number 1 in its category. It’s also been printed in over 100 newspapers around the world. Adams and Brett both conducted interviews on: Meghan Markle, Elle McPherson, Olivia Palermo, Sophia Webster, Jo Malone, India Hicks, Aerin Lauder, Rachel Zoe, Melissa Odabash, Julie Bishop, Monique L’hillier, Camilla Cleese, Arianna Huffington, Ella Mills, Taya Kyle, Sarah Wilson and many more.
Adams shares her passion for philanthropy by having worked with charities such as Pink Hope, The Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children, Global Goals Australia, Barnardos x Sass & Bide, Fashion Targets Breast Cancer, Belvedere x Red and Jeans for Genes.