Born and raised in Trenton, NJ, Adam became interested in film and television at an early age. In his freshman year of high school, Adam earned an internship at the New Jersey Network as an editing aid.
After high school, Adam attended Montclair State University receiving his BFA in Directing. Adam’s thesis there, Dark Moments, earned him a grant from the prestigious Princess Grace Foundation and an article in the local newspaper featuring up-and-coming artists.
Shortly thereafter, Adam became a freelance Director and Assistant Director, working on numerous short and feature length films throughout the New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia areas, including Cold Blue Eternal, In Heaven’s Court, Heart and Serial Love.
In 2009, Adam was admitted to the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California. He picked up roots and moved three thousand miles west to pursue his dream. One of his recent films, Bobby’s Girl, won “Best Drama” at the First Glance Film Festival. His USC thesis film, Without You, won him the Director’s Guild of America’s Award for Best African American Student Film.
Since graduating with his MFA in Film & TV Production, Adam has directed numerous short films and music videos while producing and editing a documentary feature film entitled, Never Be Done.