Adam works in comedy as a director and show creator.
Most recently Adam has directed The Windsors, Channel 4’s hit royal soap spoof written by George Jeffrie & Bert Tyler Moore. Critically acclaimed, The Windsors was nominated for an RTS award for best comedy and earned Harry Enfield a BAFTA nomination.
He is also the creator and director of the BBC's cult comedy puppet series, Mongrels, which picked up two RTS craft awards and a nomination for best editing over its much-loved two series.
His work for the BBC/Hat Trick series Some Girls earned him critical acclaim, with the Radio Times praising his direction as "consistently great”, and gained a Broadcast Award nomination for best comedy and another RTS best editing nomination in the process.
On the acclaimed BBC1 series Boomers, Adam worked with an extraordinary ensemble of artists; Alison Steadman, Russ Abbot, Stephanie Beacham, Philip Jackson, June Whitfield, Paula Wilcox, Nigel Planer and many more over its two series.
Further directing credits include BBC2’s Taking The Flak, two series of Katy Brand’s Big Ass Show, the BAFTA winning children series Ripley and Scuff, and numerous broadcast pilots for Channel 4 and the BBC, including the pilot for BBC3’s Witless.
New comedy about an irascible driving instructor.
A comedy drama following the imagined lives and loves of the Royal Family.
Special episode of the popular comedy drama.
Non TX comedy pilot about two girls who are put into witness protection.
Original comedy pilot by Oliver Lansley about a PR company.
British comedy sketch show.
Co-director of a comedy about a group of foreign correspondents covering a fictional African civil war.
BAFTA winning children's puppet show following two brothers as they travel around the country meeting children and visiting schools.
Puppet comedy pilot for BBC Three's Feed My Funny.
Director & Creator