Adam is a filmmaker, an award winning musician, and a creative from the San Francisco Bay Area. He prides himself on being multiracial, and resilient in life. He is currently studying at San Francisco State University, where he is finishing his B.A. in Cinema, aspiring to be a philosophical leader in his craft. With influences such as Christopher Nolan, Spike Lee, and Alejandro G. Iñárritu, he aims for his films to make an important yet entertaining statement on relevant social topics that are important to him, such as racial relations, social psychology, and the ethics of technological advancement. He has been making films his whole life, his most recent short film being M.A.N., which he wrote/directed.
He is a well connected part of the drum corps community, where he has taught award-winning drumlines, and has performed with such high-caliber musical groups as The Concord Blue Devils, the San Francisco Symphony, the San Francisco 49er’s Niner Noise Drumline, and the Golden State Warriors Aftershock Drumline. He is a three-time Drum Corps International World Champion, as well as placing in the top five of an international snare drumming competition in 2012. He spent the summer of 2015 on a European tour with the Concord Blue Devils, where they performed in the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Switzerland, and Holland. He continues to travel and perform in such places as India, Spain, halftime at the 2016 Pro Bowl in Hawaii, the 2016 Super Bowl and Super Bowl City, and 2017 Coachella Music Festival with DJ Steve Angello.