A passionately curious person by nature, Adam spends his time exploring remote destinations around the world with like-minded adventurers and sharing his extensive knowledge about the local flora and fauna. He specializes in the sexual reproduction of marine organisms making his lectures not only educational and eye opening, but extremely entertaining!
Adam grew up in Port Douglas, Australia and from his earliest days he was surrounded by the things he loves most: the myriad of marine creatures inhabiting the Great Barrier Reef and the tranquil tropical rainforests of the Daintree National Park.
During Adam’s formative years, he was dragged tirelessly around the world by his documentary producing parents instilling a passion for capturing images of remote locations and exotic creatures. By his 25th birthday he had contributed to over 30 documentaries, many of which were award winning international successes.
Since finishing his studies, Adam has worked in a range of vocations other than film and television including: dive supervisor on the Great Barrier Reef; educational officer at Gold Coast’s Sea World, in charge of animal husbandry for a wide range of marine species; captain and engineer aboard a variety of ships and expedition leader from the remote jungles of Papua New Guinea to the frosty frontiers of Antarctica and everywhere in between.