Adam is a transformational artist committed to showing the world what it looks like to choose love over fear in every moment. Combining years of experience as a personal development coach and over a decade of experience as a filmmaker and performer, he blends the two worlds in a way that encourages others to see life as art. His “Deep Dive” podcast brings a practical approach to spirituality and he has been featured in Huffington Post, Addicted2Success, and Elephant Journal. His viral spoken word poetry pieces have touched the lives of millions and it is his deepest desire to help others unlock their inner artist and use creative energy to change the world.
After having a spiritual awakening in 2015, Ryan walked away from a thriving career as a world-traveling, dance music producer and DJ in order to find deeper levels of fulfillment through purpose. Diving deep into the inner realms, he spent three years as a transformational coach and facilitator of conscious mens’ work before realizing that something was still missing. Combining over a decade of film and music production experience, he is now committed to bridging the worlds of entertainment and spirituality through the genre known as ‘transformational art’.
An explorer of inner and outer worlds, when he is not in the creation process you can find him catching a surf, chasing fresh powder, or hiking in nature with his dog.
creative producer / strategic partnerships
Matthew is dedicated to raising consciousness across the planet through engaging and moving content. After a decade in Hollywood producing music videos for artists like Beyoncé, Jay-Z and Katy Perry; and commercials for clients like Apple, Facebook and Toyota, Matthew set his intention on creating content that can create change on an individual and global scale.
Matthew has produced and created experiential / interactive campaigns for raising awareness around ocean preservation and conservation, has given tens of thousands of women a platform to share their voice at the 2018 DTLA Women's March, and helped welcome people of all ethnicities and religious backgrounds into Los Angeles after Trumps unconstitutional anti-Muslim travel ban.
When not on set, Matthew does one-on-one healing, bodywork and coaching, and community building.