Born and raised in New York City and now happily residing in North East LA, Adam holds a law degree from Fordham University and a Master’s degree in contemporary art from the University of Glasgow.
Adam became a Realtor after working for more than a decade in the art world, first as a corporate lawyer, then as the director of Foundwork, an organization that supports access and professional advancement for contemporary artists globally.
With his art background, Adam brings a keen aesthetic eye and a passion for the historic and contemporary architecture that makes LA so special. As a lawyer, Adam brings years of experience with the sort of detailed contractual work and negotiations that are essential to successful real estate deals. And as a business owner, Adam brings strategic thinking and a growth-oriented approach to help clients formulate a plan and reach their real estate goals. This combined experience allows Adam to be both an effective advocate and a supportive partner to clients as he guides them through the transaction process, whether they are buying, leasing, or selling property.
Adam lives in a 1920’s Spanish bungalow in Atwater Village. When he isn’t helping clients with their real estate projects or planning programs for Foundwork, you can find him gallery-hopping across the city, playing soccer in Glendale, or hanging out with his wife, Erika (who is a fiction writer), and their two year old son, Nathan (who really loves peaches).