Adam studied drawing and painting as an undergraduate at The Ohio State University. He received his Master of Architecture degree from the Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University in 2012.
After a short time at a local non-profit design firm, Adam began working as an architectural designer with Ford & Associates Architects in Columbus, Ohio. There, he applies his skills in design, graphics, and 3D modeling to a wide variety of commercial projects across the United States.
He moved to New York City, and is currently working with Douglas C. Wright Architects on a variety of high-end residential projects in the Greater New York City area and across the country.
Adam is passionate about travel, urban design, cycling, drawing, painting, and reading. In his spare time, he is the creator and host of The Memory Card Podcast; a talk show podcast on current cultural topics in video gaming. He continues to take on freelance drawing and painting commissions.