Adam joined the Fox 4 team in July of 2015. Adam is a Florida native, but his path back to the Sunshine State took a circuitous route.
Adam spent three years in working for KTUU-TV in Alaska. He split time living between Juneau, the state's capital and Anchorage, the state's largest city.
You may hear him brag that Juneau is the largest state capital (by square miles) in the U.S.
Within his first year on the job, Adam interviewed Pitbull, after Mr. 305 performed a free concert on Kodiak Island. He also did several stories on a Korean War era plane that was lost in glacier for 60 years until a national guardsman accidentally found the wreckage.
While in Alaska, Adam learned to fly fish and ski.
Before his stint in the "Last Frontier" Adam spent 6 years in Columbia, South Carolina doing radio and TV.
In 2007, he was embedded for a day with the press during a visit by President Bush to the area.
A year later he covered the first-in-the-south presidential primary, when then candidate Barack Obama won the Palmetto State enroute to the White House.
Adam also helped his station cover a scandal resulting in the revealation of then Governor Mark Sanford's extra marital affair and alleged walk on the "Appalchain Trail."
Adam also dabbled in sports, covering the University of South Carolina baseball team's back-to-back NCAA Championships.
Adam is happy to call Southwest Florida home and has already taken advantage of the area's beaches and other outdoor offerings.
He's also happy to be a little closer to his beloved University of Florida fighting Gators, Miami Dolphins and Miami Heat.
Feel free to drop him a line if you have any story ideas or just to say hello!