Adam was born in south-east London and trained at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, first gaining his bachelor’s degree in 2010 before receiving his MA in dance performance in 2011. As part of his master’s year, Adam performed with Transitions Dance Company, dancing in new works from Lucy Guerin, Martin Nachbar and Melanie Teall, before touring both at home and abroad.
Between 2011 and 2014 Adam was a company member of James Wilton Dance, leading him to work on various creations of new works including the opening ceremony for the Rugby League World Cup 2013. During his time with the company, Adam worked as a dancer and rehearsal director, and toured both nationally and internationally.
Adam has always enjoyed teaching and leading educational workshops, and as well as teaching on behalf of dance companies, he has also enjoyed teaching at Trinity Laban and Bird College on their undergraduate courses.
Adam is passionate about filmmaking and enjoys practising the Brazilian martial art of Capoeira and the French movement discipline, Parkour.