Keith Adams  Writer / Director

 

Keith Adams has been working professionally in the film industry since 1994.  By 1998 he had landed the job of location scout on the first season of “The Sopranos”.  Keith then became a DGA location manager on big budget features working closely with such notables as Oscar winning producer Scott Rudin, director M. Night Shyamalan, writer/director Noah Baumbach, independent film legend Tom DiCillo, and veteran producer Amy Robinson. 

 

Keith began shooting and directing behind the scenes featurettes for the films he worked on, most notably the award winning “Stalking Delirious”, in which he shot a creative and offbeat walk and talk interview with Steve Buscemi.  After directing various comedy shorts with his brother, in 2010 Keith directed the ambitious 2nd unit of the $40m Kate Hudson romantic comedy “Something Borrowed”.  Since then Keith has directed music videos, live concert videos and industrial films but has mostly focused on writing feature scripts with his brother Scott.

 

Keith’s passion for photography, music, acting, writing, and design coupled with his many years on film sets have shaped a writer-director with a unique voice and the professional experience required to know how to realize his vision.