Adam attended Joseph Chamberlain College where he studied Art & Design at BTEC 1st Diploma level. Upon completion, he was in two minds as to whether he wanted to spend a further two years studying for the National Diploma, or to develop his skills as a writer instead.
Choosing the latter option, he enrolled in A-level study - selecting English Literature, Philosophy, and Art & Design.
During his time at college, he would contribute poetry to the monthly newsletter as well as spend time between classes developing his first script, which he completed in the space of about three months.
He felt scriptwriting was something he could really connect with the most, so he embraced his new-found passion. He has since been involved with a few projects, and continues to network with filmmakers, seeking further collaboration.
With the release of two poetry collections – ‘Morgue’ and ‘To Whom It May Concern,’ Adam intends to create further collections in the future, along with publishing novels which will explore a range of genre – three of which he is currently working on.