During 2016 Adam was a key member of a partnership project between Cardiff University, NSPCC/Cymru, Welsh Women’s Aid, Office of the Children’s Commissioner for Wales and Welsh Government. The aim of this project was to develop an illustrated and interactive national guide for young people to support them in making healthy relationships matter. Adam’s unique designs brought the young peoples’ change-making ideas and activities to life. AGENDA is much more than a guide, it’s a work of art! From young people to politicians, AGENDA has grabbed attention, and its eye-catching design is central to its impact and reach. Adam’s professional, responsive and ethical approach has made working with him an absolute pleasure and we wouldn’t hesitate in recommending him. To see this fabulous design for yourself, see www.agendaonline.co.uk
Adam’s been producing unique posters and artwork for our pop-up cinema events since we screened Dawn Of The Dead in a shopping mall back in 2013, and it’s been a pleasure to work with him throughout. He’s given us iconic monsters, cowboys, killers, a haunted house and most recently, Cardiff Castle’s Underground Cinema. Seeing and hearing the excited reactions from audience members when they discover his work is definitely one of the high points of this job.
We approached Adam with a tight timescale: we needed a rather dry formal report to be made into an accessible, inviting, easy-to-read document. We also wanted Adam to work with a group of people who use services to help shape the content and look of it. Adam was a joy to work with; he understood our concept and, working alongside service users, produced a document we are proud of. He offered a range of choices, sourced translation and delivered on time.