When Adam was six he went into the El Dorado Theater in Tucson, AZ, to see a movie called Star Wars. When he walked out his life was changed forever. "I remember needing to know how they made that movie. I found books about the model makers, the creature shops and the visual efffects. It was a moment in my life where I grasped the idea that you can create your own world and tune into other realities. I did that in various ways growing up, but when I found steel I knew that it was the medium in which I would create my world. " Adam has been creating in steel for 20 years now and continues to expand his ever growing arsenal of sculputres. His work has received many "best of show" awards and can be found in the homes and businesses of some very impressive names, but this isn't important to Adam. What is important is the process.