After graduation, Adam worked his way up the New York post-production ladder in picture and sound editing on films including "Men In Black," "CopLand" and "Kundun." He also produced and edited two independent features and shot freelance for industrial and documentary companies.
After moving to LA and getting his MFA in Production from USC, he produced and directed his first feature, "16-LOVE." Distributed domestically by Warner Bros. Digital and internationally be E One, the movie was released in a day-and-date limited theatrical on January 20th, 2012 and became a Top 25 iTunes Sports Download, a Top 25 Time Warner VOD Rental and a Lodgenet selected title for release in hotels beginning April 1, 2012.
Adam has also produced and directed television ("Generations" series pilot for American Public Television and "The Making of 16-LOVE" for Tennis Channel) and written online cartoons for entertaindom.com and for off-off Broadway theater. He has taught at Long Island University in Brooklyn and the University of Colorado in Denver and lectured at the University of Liberal Arts in Bangladesh. He lives in Denver and New York.