Adam is a freelance Music and Film critic, Camera Operator and member of Bristol’s Universal Magnetic Crew. After being Inspired by a mentoring experience on his student graduate film with the late Ken Russell, Adam was approached to submit an article for SHOOK Magazine about Killer Of Sheep and the work of Charles Burnett, which solidified an on going relationship with SHOOK for its 10 issue print run, with pieces ranging from the relationship between Comic Book and Hip Hop Culture to covering Brian Eno and Seun Kuti/Egypt 80 & Philip Glass at Brighton Festival in 2010. In 2014 he collaborated with Bristol’s Scratch Pro Audio, innoFADER sessions as a camera operator for DJ Cheeba, DJ Food & DJ Moneyshot’s, Caught in The Middle Of a 3 Way Mix, Beastie Boys Pauls Boutique tribute video to coincide with their tour and to celebrate 25 years of Solid Steel radio, Ninja Tune. He is also a presenter on community radio station Ujima as a member of The Universal Magnetic Show. Adam has previously collaborated with The Watershed and Curator Dr. Edson Burton hosting a discussion entitled Slavery on Screen in conjunction with the release of Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave as well as contributing to last years Afrofuturism season. His interests as a curator with Come The Revolution revolve around representations of Hip Hop culture on the screen; race, gender, and diversity.