Adam’s considerable experience in corporate theatre dates back to 2009 and he has worked for a wide range of clients in both the public and private sector, from engineering students and trainee NHS nurses to the executive boards of National Grid and Lloyds bank. Adam is well versed in the use of forum theatre, hot seating, thought tracking and other techniques used to achieve learning outcomes and is also able to give focused and constructive feedback to delegates.
As well as delivering drama-for-training, Adam works as a simulated patient for a number of London’s university hospitals and as a simulated suspect and victim for the MET Police.
Lastly, Adam works as an actor and compere for corporate team building events such as murder mysteries and outdoor assault courses. He very much enjoys playing the larger-than-life Richard O’Brien for Crystal Maze themed events, a role he performs on a regular basis.