Having grown up minutes away from Philadelphia and Trenton in southern New Jersey, Adam has been researching and writing about early American history for over a decade. A graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University, he has since pursued a career in historical writing and education in various ways, including as a special education instructor, curriculum content developer, and researcher. He has worked with the Museum of the American Revolution and the American Battlefield Trust on various projects. He is currently a member of the Rev War Alliance of Burlington County, NJ; an emerging historical preservation group, while also having membership in the NJSSAR, the Library Company of Philadelphia, and the Washington Association of New Jersey. A writer, historian, cartographer and musician, Adam spends his free time on Long Beach Island surfing. His first book, a biography on mapmaker John Hills, is currently finding a publisher.