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Adam is an award-winning Director/Writer/Producer, Artistic Director of Baroque Theatre Company and is the Associate Director of the Canal Café Theatre in London, home of the
Guinness Book of World Records holder world’s longest running live comedy show 'Newsrevue' which he has directed many times in London and Edinburgh.


He is the Patron of Actors Awareness promoting gender equality and diversity in the arts.


His work in film and advertising has twice been nominated at Cannes Lions winning in 2006 in the same year he was named as one for the Creatives of the Year in Creative Review Magazine.


He won an Editor’s Choice Award as Artistic Director for best new venue, Edinburgh 2008. He was awarded “Best Director for Theatre & Film” at the Fringe Report Awards 2012.


Adam directed an acclaimed UK tour of ‘Great Expectations’ for the bicentenary of Charles Dickens birth with Baroque Theatre Company. He directed 'Dracula' in the West End in a limited sold out run and new writing based on the life of Woody Allen at The Pleasance Theatre.


As well as directing for various Drama Schools across the UK, he has directed Moliere and Lorca in French and Spanish language for the sold out five-star seasons internationally.


Further credits include 'The Birds' by Conor McPherson from the story by Daphne du Maurier, 'Inspector Morse', 'House of Ghosts', 'The Haunting of Hill House', 'Up Pompeii', 'The Hundred and One Dalmatians' and many others for Baroque Theatre Company.


He directed the World Premiere of 'Billionaire Boy' by David Walliams and the Premiere tour of 'Edith in the Dark' by Philip Meeks. He directed the critically and commercially successful show ‘The Greater Game’ as part of ‘Football Remembers’ with the Premiere League, FA, PFA and Royal Legion as part of the centenary of the end of WW1 remembering the professional footballers who dies in the great war.


He is the CEO of community interest company Minerva, who provide arts access for children and adult with complex needs and his library arts company Big Time working in Libraries encourage literacy, physical and mental wellbeing and  work alongside councils, schools, museums and institutions delivering arts and education, living history and immersive family experiences. 


Adam is a tireless campaigner for equality and diversity in the arts and has had great success in creating gender equality becoming one of the most prolific employers of female directors in comedy globally and actively pursuing and enacting a blind casting policy. He regularly commissions new work for development and production across the UK. 

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