Adam Swaab is an artist and creative director who specializes in projects that integrate live action with design, visual effects, and primitive shapes to tell larger narratives and explore ideas surrounding motion and form. His focus lies on primitive shapes for storytelling as well as exploring ideas associated with movement and shape.
Houdini allows him to craft intricate visuals and designs outside the realm of conventional visual effects.
Early Life and Education
Adam Swaab is an award-winning commercial director known for his expertise in motion design and visual effects. An accomplished artist, he utilizes complex simulations to craft visually captivating dialogues. After studying at Rhode Island School of Design he learned how to combine motion with storytelling and design for compelling results.
Adam, taken from the Bible, refers to the first man. Additionally, it became popular during Protestant Reformation when used as an epithet for both Adam and Eve in their biblical form. Adam has been around since medieval times but gained momentum during Protestant Reformation.
ADAM in its raw form can be dangerously unstable and is likened to an often benign form of cancer, slowly replacing native cells with unstable stem versions. Unfortunately, Rapture’s residents became addicted and started abusing ADAM, becoming “Splicers”, desperate to acquire more ADAM in any form possible. This led them down an irredeemable path – eventually turning them into violent individuals determined to get their hands on more of the substance at any cost.
Adam Swaab is a creative director and visual effects artist specializing in commercials, film, TV, motion graphics and motion design projects that seamlessly combine live-action with design and visual effects. Utilizing Houdini he creates complex designs that push the traditional limits of VFX. Adam’s work has appeared in feature films such as TRON Legacy, Battleship and Twilight Saga franchise; using primitive shapes to convey larger narratives or explore ideas related to form and movement.
Adam has established an impressive brand and amassed a large fan base across various channels. YouTube earnings and merchandise sales represent primary sources of income for him, in addition to Gatorade sponsorship agreements that generate substantial additional income streams for him.
Adam can be found across multiple social media channels as well as podcasting and his own website. Additionally, he has appeared in movies and TV shows.
He boasts an estimated net worth of $4 Million. This figure represents the sum total of all his assets minus external liabilities; such assets could include anything from property to cars. His personal holdings also include DriftHQ business investments as well as merch lines with substantial sales potential; furthermore, maintenance costs for his compound and headquarters total up to $500k each year – quickly adding up.