Adam Hobbs is a filmmaker/cinematographer. Originally from a small mountain town in the south (Asheville, North Carolina) he has spent the past few years overseas working in Asia and now lives in San Francisco. His work as a filmmaker/cinematographer has screened at Sundance, SXSW, and HotDocs. Selected works have been featured in The New York Times, Variety, Entertainment Weekly, Hollywood Reporter, Indiewire, The Atlantic, and Vimeo for its Staff Picks.
Along with Nils Clauss and Neil Dowling, he was one of the partners in CONTENTED, an international boutique production company that specializes in features, music videos and commercials. In addition to commercial work, Adam enjoys pursuing humanitarian projects in Korea and other countries including Uganda, Haiti, Nepal, Thailand, Kenya, and Fiji.
In 2013 Adam was cinematographer on FINDERS KEEPERS, a documentary feature directed by Bryan Carberry & Clay Tweel and produced by the Academy Award-winning producer of Undefeated (Best Documentary Feature 2012). Finders Keepers was an official selection for the U.S. documentary competition at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and screened nationwide in the U.S.
Currently, Adam is pursing personal projects and heading the film department at Airbnb in San Francisco.