Adam graduated from the University of Ballarat with a Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts in 1993. Shortly after, Adam secured guest roles in A Country Practice, Janus and Frontline. He then spent the next six years in many aspects of the entertainment industry, including directing and producing a number of shows for The Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Melbourne Fringe Festival, also several years working for children's theatre companies Storybook Theatre and TUSK Productions. In 1996, Adam headed to the tropics of Far North Queensland, performing in A Midsummer Night's Dream for Theatre Up North. Returning to Australia, Adam continued to appear on TV with roles in Comedy Inc and Sensing Murder. A highlight for Adam was securing the main role for the AFL 2003 National Advertising Campaign playing the role of Warren in the turnstile commercials, providing him with work in TV, Radio and Print for the entire season. Adam has continued to gain work in the Australian Film & Television industry. He has appeared in many TV Commercials such as Repco, Paint Place and Work Safe. Adam also starred in many short films and currently has a lead role in an indie film "Six Lovers", which is due for release in late 2010.