Adam believes great communities are realized through placemaking and meaningful public involvement—it’s what drew him to a career in planning. He sees tremendous opportunity to transform historically car-centric cities into ones that are equitable and provide mobility options and affordable housing choices.
As a planner and urban designer with more than 15 years of experience, Adam leads large-scale transportation, transit-oriented communities (TOC), and land-use projects for clients throughout Southern California and beyond in the private, public, and non-profit sectors. He has played a key role on developer-led TOC projects in Oceanside, Los Angeles, and the Inland Empire, giving him an implementation-focused perspective and experience with all phases of the development process.
When he’s not working, you can find Adam visiting the different neighborhoods in Los Angeles and exploring their history, urban form, and attractions through walking. He finds that walking is the best way to understand a city.