…has collaborated with city governments, museums, nonprofits, writers, vloggers and educators on a wide array of creative and community-centric projects. He works at the intersection of information design and the built environment and has recently completed projects with organizations like the Center for the Study of Political Graphics, di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art, and FairVote to name a few. You can find him traveling as often as he can, snapchatting from museums, making exhaustive lists in the notes section of his laptop ... or playing bassoon.
Adam’s current research is focused on understanding the inconsistencies with elections in the United States. His work aims to visualize these findings through graphic, exhibition, and speculative design practices.
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