I'm Adam. I'm a director, editor, and motion designer. I'm fascinated by all aspects of the filmmaking process and produce a variety of work that ranges from live-action to animation, personal to commercial.
I completed my BFA in Film and Television at the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2009. During my time there, I shot and directed a feature documentary, "Into Abyssinia", which follows a young adopted girl returning to her homeland in Ethiopia to reconnect with the family that saved her life. My most recent doc, "A Place in the World" chronicles two years at a school that brings together refugee children from war-torn countries and teaches them alongside local American kids.
I have the wonderful opportunity in my day-to-day to help brands, non-profits and individuals tell their own stories with motion design: a fantastic combination of graphic design, animation, and filmmaking. I bring projects from concept to completion, handling everything from storyboarding through final animation-- while overseeing finishing, such as sound design, music composition and color. I also work as an experienced editor, capable of taking on anything from feature-length projects to broadcast commercials.
Select clients include Victoria's Secret, Brookfield Place, Tom Ford, PINK, Holiday Inn, Kelley Blue Book, IHG, and Google.
You can check out my motion design and editing work back here:
I'm currently freelancing in Portland, ME.
Savannah College of Art and Design