M.A., New York University
M.F.A., Virginia Commonwealth University
Adam is a filmmaker and television producer. His new feature film Aspirin for the Masses was recently awarded Best Feature United States at the San Francisco Global Movie Fest, the Audience Award at the Cannes Underground Film Festival and was an Official Selection of the St. Tropez and Milan International Film Festivals - among others. Previously he was a finalist in the Sundance Screenwriting Competition, and an Official Selection of the Beverly Hills Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film and Script Festival and the Mountain Film Festival for his script to Aspirin. He is a member of the faculty of UMD's Communication Department as a Professional Track Faculty in digital filmmaking.
The Society of Professional Journalists
International Fedration of Theatre Research
Phi Kappa Phi
Triple Nine Society
Television Producer -- Produced over 500 television broadcasts; primarily political talk shows in the U.S. and internationally (Middle East, Europe, North Africa). Films and Plays presented at festivals in London, Romania, Switzerland and the U.S.
National Emmy Award Nomination, NBC Nightly News 2002;
Sundance Screenwriting Competition, Finalist;
San Francisco Global Movie Fest, Best Feature Film United States;
Cannes Underground Film Festival, Audience Award;
St. Tropez International Film Festival, Best Director Nominee;
Milan International Filmmaker Festival, Best Feature Film Nominee;
Beverly Hills Film Festival, Finalist Screenplay Competition;
Los Angeles Film and Script Festival;
Mountain Film Festival, Jury Prize;
Shenandoah International Playwriting Contest, Finalist.