Adam Bradshaw

Born and raised in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Adam has always been a storyteller. From years of theatre productions during his youth, Adam discovered the power of entertainment and his path was set.

As a Producer, Adam has produced award-winning short films including “Silence” (Special Screening at Cannes Film Festival 2019, Best Film 48HFP 2018), ”Andromeda” (Trieste Science Fiction Festival 2018, FilmQuest 2018, LA Shorts Int’l Film Festival 2018) “Sessions” (Borrego Springs Film Festival) and “Boy Soldier” (Best Film 48HFP 2016). He has also produced promos, music videos and commercials for artists and brands including Glendale Memorial Hospital, Beautiful Things (band) and Swanson Foods.

Adam’s work as Production Manager and Production Coordinator has included “Love” (Netflix), “Vida” (Starz), “A Million Little Pieces”, “My Christmas Prince” (Lifetime), “Cucuy: The Boogeyman” (SyFy), and “Run Sweetheart Run” (Blumhouse).

Adam attended college at Rowan University (Glassboro, NJ) where he produced the sitcom “Up All Night” (3 Telly Awards), web series “The Broken Gun” (College Broadcaster’s Inc. Award for “Best Web Series”), live annual RTN Telethon for charity and also served as President of the Rowan Television Network. He was also awarded the Mike Donovan RTF award for the top graduate in his major. Adam was also selected for the prestigious Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation Summer Internship Program where he was given a position on the HBO television program “In Treatment” in New York City. He also combined his love for football and film interning with NFL Films.

Currently Adam lives in Los Angeles and is working on producing his first feature film. He enjoys karaoke, coaching a Special Olympics Flag Football team, traveling and of course watching an unhealthy amount of movies and television.