Adam Robertson is a film composer living and working out of Northern Virginia, and while his film, tv, and video game music composition career is still quite young, he has had considerable success throughout a broad range of industry related professions.
Adam began composing music as a teenager, soon after having his own original work performed in front of huge crowds. He spent the following years composing and arranging music to be performed at the high school level. He has instructed to a wide range of ages and has led the way to many award-winning performances.
His own awards range from jazz performance to being one of the recipients of the High Percussion award from Drum Corps International (DCI). He has even performed at Carnegie Hall.
Adam spent many years composing and playing in rock bands, some of which he has played drums, some guitar, and others guitar/vocals. His studio experience spans many exceptional tracks and albums displaying a wide range of technical skill.
Adam's approach towards film composition is unique and exceptionally thoughtful, approaching each character and nuance with fine detail in the effort to create the most effective collection of cohesive tracks possible. Being a published writer and story-teller himself allows Adam an additional set of tools that greatly emphasize his musical toolset and often takes his tracks to new levels. His professional experience in cinematography also gives him intuition and instinct that is clearly evident in each composition he creates.
Adam's passion for film and film composition is borderline obsessive--his love of story-telling intense, driving him to create the most memorable collection of music possible for each individual project.
Adam lives with his amazing wife Sara near Northern Virginia with their 11 (yes you read that right) dogs, cats and chinchillas. When Adam isn't writing music or Sara isn't taking pictures for Wolfcrest Photography, they are probably either hanging out with their fur-family or watching a movie of some type.