Adam is an independent filmmaker from Israel. Graduate of the Steve Tisch TAU Film Dept. MFA program. "The Island" (2017), a 60-minute documentary, is an award-winning film commissioned by the yesDocu channel and has screened at numerous film festivals, including Docaviv and Santa Barbara. The film won several awards, including Best Debut Film at the Verzio Human Rights Festival and Best Student Film at the Israeli Documentary Forum Awards. Adam has also directed several shorts, such as "I See You" (2023, documentary) that premiered at the Jerusalem Film Festival and will air on Israel's public TV channel KAN11. "And There Will Be Fire" (2018, documentary), Epos Art Film Festival at the Tel Aviv Museum. "Funjoya" (2016, fiction) won the Audience Award at the Tel Aviv Student Film Festival. Currently, Adam is engaged in multiple documentary film projects, alongside his work on a VR documentary titled "Spots Of Light" which will hold its world premiere at the 2023 Venice Film Festival.
In addition to filmmaking, Adam is an accomplished Jazz musician and composer, with a B.A. from the Jazz Dept. of the Jerusalem Rubin Academy of Music and Dance.