Adam graduated from Carleton University in 2016 with an Honours Bachelor of Science in Physical Geography and Minor in Geomatics. Over the past five years, Adam has been extremely fortunate to have had the opportunity to conduct field research in the Canadian Arctic. He has studied the mass-balance of glaciers, flown unmanned aerial vehicles over sea ice and deployed tracking beacons on icebergs from a helicopter. Adam is currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Geography under the co-supervision of Dr. Luke Copland at the University of Ottawa and Dr. Derek Mueller at Carleton University. His research is focused on the validation of iceberg drift and deterioration models that are used to provide operational forecasts of iceberg hazards in Canadian waters. In his spare time, Adam enjoys tinkering with open-source electronics and designing new instruments for studying the cryosphere.