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 wrote his senior thesis on New Jersey colonial assemblies assuming new democratic means to petition against British aggression. He spends his professional hours as a special education instructor in Burlington County. He was a participant in the National Constitution Center's Interactive Constitution Teacher Seminar in 2017 and is an active member in the Civil War Trust, the Library Company of Philadelphia, and the Washington Association of New Jersey. Adam is planning to continue his education and pursue his PHD in Revolutionary War studies. A writer, photographer, amateur cartographer and historian, Adam spends his free time on Long Beach Island surfing and is currently writing his first novel.