Born in Leicester in 1969 Adam showed an early artistic talent which would eventually lead him to graduate from Kent Institute of Art and Design in Maidstone with a First Class Honours Degree. Following his graduation in 1992 Adam worked on several freelance projects for art galleries and magazines whilst developing his distinctive style. In 1996 he decided to commit himself to painting on a full time basis. His confidence was soon rewarded by invitations to exhibit at many prestigious galleries throughout the UK and the highly successful launch of his range of Limited Editions and Original Silkscreen Prints. Adam draws his inspiration from the romantic element of the world around us, and describes his work as developing on a natural slant from story-telling. His unique view of life, characterised by stylised images, rich colours and thought provoking narratives, continue to take the art world by storm. Adam's unique talent has gained him the prestigious John Solomon Trophy for Best Selling Artist of 1998, Best Up and Coming Artist for 1999 and three nominations for Best-Selling Published Artist 2000, 2001 and 2002 from the Fine Art Trade Guild. Demand for Adam's original paintings continues to grow and although his limited editions and sculptures sell out on publication, but he is still seeking new creative outlets for his ideas.