Adam is a British composer based in the east of England. Having studied at BIMM Brighton & London South Bank University, Adam has had his music featured on British TV on programmes such as BBC Panorama , Channel 4's Secrets of Egypt's Valley of the Kings & ITV's Piers Morgan's infamous interview with US President Donald Trump.
More recently Adam was the composer for the high budget production Elekron. Created by the music industry architectural giants Stufish (Aisa) and taking place at Studio City, Macau owned the Melco Entertainment group (Known for The House of Dancing Water).
Some of Adam's past work includes the award winning film The Getaway which saw him win the Top Shorts Film Festival 2017 Best Original Score Award. He also worked on the feature horror films 12 Deaths of Christmas & The House on Elm Lake which released globally in 2017. For a full list of credits please visit the "work" section.
The year is 2088. Raging electrical storms have brought destruction upon mankind and civilization as we know it is a thing of the past. In a heroic story of survival and a race against time a nomadic tribe of survivors work together to battle and overcome the forces of nature and harness electrical power. Legend has it, deep in the desert, there exists a power station. Through danger and determination their drive is to find a new home, a place that can become a land of hope and a new beginning: ELĒKRŎN.
A live performance with a mixture of original & licensed music. Taking place in October in Thailand the live reveal of the latest Isuzu pickup truck. The live reveal was followed by a 15 minute performance of various acts involving rope artists & performers, with licensed music arranged & original pieces composed by Adam.
In a rare interview on UK television, US President Donald Trump talks to Good Morning Britain's Piers Morgan. They discuss a wide range of important topics from on board the President's jet, AIr Force One.
International teams of Egyptologists unearth the world's richest seam of ancient archaeology, in Egypt's Valley of the Kings.
Archaeologists unlock the mysteries of Tutankhamun, unearthing a long-lost box of treasures from inside his tomb, and revealing why his resting place remained hidden for thousands of years