Senior Visualization Artist
Wrote an award-winning, graduate thesis on the topic of color vision deficiency and video games.
"Learn the rules, break the rules, make up new rules, break the new rules." - Marvin Bell
Adam has been creating 3D artwork and digital renderings since 2008. He graduated from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Applied Media, and then completed his Master of Fine Arts degree at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Interactive Design & Game Development.
During his career, he has worked on a wide range of architectural and interior design projects, including in multifamily, commercial, workspace, residential, medical, and golf. He was also the lead artist on a couple of projects for a major game developer tasked with the project management and creation of 3D assets for United States Army training simulations.
Adam joined the Cortland Design team in June 2016 and has since been involved in over 116 projects. He is passionate about taking complicated architectural and design source data and creating photographic imagery to help simplify and show clients the proposed space before construction is complete or has even started. He has a high attention to detail and takes special care to make sure his renderings are as accurate to the design intent as possible.