Adam was born in New Jersey during the 70s. He watched Battlestar Galactica before it was cool. Adam started drawing pictures of everything he liked. On paper, Chewbacca's left arm was 30% longer than his right. Adam's parents sent him to art classes. Adam learned to look at things as shapes. Art was easy and fun.
Adam's family moved down south, and Adam learned to speak with a southern accent. It was easy. In high school, Adam took several art classes. But he was slow. Adam learned to fill the page. Art was fun and labor-intensive.
Adam attended The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and quickly became obsessed with college basketball. Adam continued taking art classes, and he learned to make art bigger. Adam graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics because he thought Math was easier than Art.
Adam worked temp jobs. Math wasn't that easy.
Adam applied to Savannah College of Art and Design because Art had to be more fun than Math. A registrar error landed Adam in an entry 2D animation course. Math, meet Art. Fun.
Adam now animates characters in video games at Vicarious Visions in Albany, NY. He has rediscovered his northern accent. Adam is still having fun.