Adam is a Stanford and Cambridge educated filmmaker with a keen interest in urbanization, and how individuals and communities adapt to rapid change. To date, he has produced, directed and edited four short documentaries in America - The Diner, Love & Allegiance (co-dir Tijana Petrovic), Shangri-La, Role Play - and one feature documentary in China, The Land of Many Palaces (co-dir Song Ting). He is currently in post-production on two projects also shot in China - Americaville, a feature-documentary about the replica of the Wyoming town of Jackson Hole on the outskirts of Beijing, and Nightworld, an experimental kaleidoscopic meditation on nighttime in Chongqing. In addition to making his own films, he has worked for Rabbit Bandini Productions, Stanford’s Office of Public Affairs, the China Central Academy of Fine Arts, the Visual Anthropology Lab at the University of Cambridge, and the Chinese National Academy of Painting. Adam is currently an Assistant Professor of Multimedia at Florida Atlantic University and lives between Boca Raton, FL and Aliso Viejo, CA.