Adam graduated from the University of Exeter with a First Class degree in Drama. He recently completed Royal Holloway’s MA Playwriting course with Distinction. He has prviously been a member of the Soho Theatre Writers' Lab 2016 and Camden People's Theatre's emerging artist schemes 'Starting Blocks' and 'Passing the Baton'.
His most recent play, Clay, was the acclaimed PLAY new writing initiative’s first ever Off-West End transfer. Directed by rising star Hannah Hauer-King and co-produced by Changing Face Collective, it enjoyed a three-week run at the Pleasance Islington in April 2016.
Other recent credits include: Food Porn as part of Itch + Scratch (NYT), El Diluvio (BAC) and Play8 as part of PLAY (Old Red Lion). He is currently working with the director Zoe Waterman on a new piece for Down's Syndrome actors.
Adam is a resident writer for Squint. Credits with Squint include: Fear & Loathing (Kevin Spacey Foundation Artist of Choice 2016/17), The Daily Plays (Pleasance Islington, produced in assosciation with Etch), Molly (South Hill Park, Pleasance Islington, Pleasance Courtyard Edinburgh, Charlie Hartill Fund for Theatre winners 2015), Long Story Short (South Hill Park, Pleasance Islington, Charing Cross Theatre), Broken News (New Wimbledon Studio) and Scratchbook: Love Thy Neighbour (Cockpit Theatre).
Adam also collaborates with the award-winning Spanish/ Australian choreographer Susan Kempster. Credits include: Matador(a) (Camden People's Theatre, Pleasance Islington, BAC), Snow or (How Not to Tell a Joke) (The Place, Unity Theatre Liverpool – Physical Fest 2015, Lion and Unicorn) and Lucy (Camden People’s Theatre – Passing the Baton),.