Adam started his singing life at the age of eight as a Chorister at Canterbury Cathedral where in his final year he became Senior Chorister. During his time at Canterbury he sang live on BBC television for the Enthronement of Archbishop Rowan Williams and for the Queen's Royal Maundy service in the year of her Golden Jubilee, as well as numerous radio broadcasts and tours.
After his voice broke, Adam began to develop his counter-tenor voice by singing as a Deputy Lay Clerk in Canterbury.
In September 2013 Adam moved to Portsmouth as a counter-tenor Lay Clerk, where he participated in tours to Belgium, Estonia and Italy. During his time in Portsmouth, Adam also deputised at Winchester Cathedral whenever he was available and was fortunate enough to sing in the Southern Cathedrals Festival in Salisbury in the summer of 2015.
Currently, Adam is back in Canterbury as a House Tutor to the Choristers and is deputising at the cathedral there when required.
Outside of music, Adam passionately supports Dover Athletic Football Club and also enjoys travelling.