Performing as a global, world-class acrobat for 20 years, Adam has graced some of the world’s most significant stages including: Cirque du Soleil (2008-2011: Zed, and 2012: Amaluna), Circa (2013: King Kong The Musical), The Great Moscow Circus, Singapore Arts Festival, and P&O Cruises.
In 2007, Adam accepted a contract with Cirque Du Soleil performing in Tokyo’s resident show, Zed. He was cast in a seven-man act combining the apparatuses of pole with trampoline. During the creation period for the show he trained in the European style of pole and over the following years he was able to explore this style freely. He now draws from both Chinese and European styles to create a balance in his acts while utilising Capoeira as his movement base.
In the time after completing his first contract with Cirque du Soleil, Adam was busy working with companies such as The Great Moscow Circus, Stalker, P&O Cruises, and Circa. He even did a 13-month contract as a puppeteer and acrobat for the stage production King Kong The Musical in 2013.
In January 2015, Adam began his second contract with Cirque du Soleil, on Amaluna, performing a solo pole act and playing Romeo, the male lead.
2017 saw Adam return to Melbourne where he continues performing circus, while simultaneously working as a rigger and a stuntman in a wide variety of film and television productions.
Although COVID-19 has had a massive impact on the entertainment industry, Adam (and Jessica), have persevered creatively and professionally by crafting entertaining online content for families, with plenty more on the way.