Adam is a manager, producer and songwriter based in Surrey, UK.
Musical from an early age, Adam learnt several musical instruments in his youth including violin, guitar, and piano. His main passion was electric and acoustic guitar and he played in rock bands through his teenage years. He went on to study Law at Exeter University.
After his degree, Adam set up an artist management company Sticky Management with Jake Gosling at his studio in Windlesham. At Sticky Studios, Adam and Jake seek to provide artist management, songwriting and production services from under one roof.
Adam’s ability on live instruments as well as his passion for underground bass music gives him a fascinatingly varied production style, and also means he is a very adaptable session musician and songwriter. From acoustic singer-songwriters to grime artists to rappers, Adam is at home in any session.
Adam is signed to Bucks BDi publishing. His music has been played on most major TV channels including BBC One, ITV and Sky Sports.
Adam has worked with a plethora of signed and up-and-coming musicians over the years including artists such as Ed Sheeran, Rizzle Kicks, Example, Wiley, Nina Nesbitt, Yasmin, Paloma Faith, Matt Wills, and Mikill Pane (full list on the Discography page).
His most recent successes include playing keys, guitar and programming on Paloma Faith‘s cover version of “Never Tear Us Apart“, which appears on the re-release of her album in the UK and US, and was also the song of a recent John Lewis TV campaign. Since that, he has co-written and produced Mikill Pane‘s album “Blame Miss Barclay“, released through Virgin EMI in September 2013. In 2015, he produced Matt Wills‘ debut EP “Lost and Found“, released through Virgin EMI.