About Adam

Adam is originally from Essex and moved to London to study Jazz Guitar at Trinity Laban conservatoire of Music and Dance in 2015. Adam has received guitar tuition from Mike Outram, Phil Robson, Adam Goldsmith, Hannes Riepler, Graham Devine and James Pusey.

Adam started playing professional gigs at an early age and has since performed all over the UK, Europe and other parts of the world,  in many of the UK best venues including the Royal Albert Hall, Birmingham NEC, the Barbican and most of London's Major Jazz venues including Ronnie Scott's, The Jazz Cafe, the Vortex, the Spice of Life, the Hideaway, the Bull's Head Barnes, and at Love Supreme festival. 

Adam sometimes plays in the National Youth Jazz Orchestra (NYJO) and has performed some prestigious gigs with them including recently in Berlin for the Queen's ambassador.

Jazz however, only makes up a small part of Adam's regular playing work, as he prides himself on being one of the most versatile guitarists around and can be seen playing a wide variety of genres which has allowed him to record and perform for professional theatre productions, television programs and audio books as well as appearing on television, including recently, BBC's "Back in time for Dinner' and the 2015 film "A United Kingdom".

 

Adam also enjoys pop functions and has performed at weddings around Europe.

He is also an arranger and music producer and has recorded backing tracks for various artists and productions, including "Jack and the Beanstalk" at the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, for which he was also a musician, and cover artists that perform at wedding and in holiday parks.