Adam Reed has been collaborating with Thinkfactory Media Owner & CEO, Leslie Greif, since 2004 and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of production for Thinkfactory Media including both creative and business development, along with day-to-day production across all series. Reed has been instrumental in transitioning the company into a thriving mainstay network supplier and, since joining, has been an integral part of every production the company has produced.
Reed has rapidly gained a reputation for bringing a unique perspective to every genre of reality television, ranging the gamut from comedy to drama, and in 2011 he became the youngest producer ever to be included in The Hollywood Reporter’s “Reality Power List.” He started Thinkfactory’s rapid growth by co-creating Gene Simmons Family Jewels and was instrumental in developing a large unscripted slate for the company by producing hit shows such as: Preachers’ Daughters, Marriage Boot Camp, Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars, Big Giant Swords, 4th and Loud, Strange Love, Jump!, Spell-Mageddon, Prank My Mom, and Teach: Tony Danza, as well as franchising the highest rated series in the history of TVOne, R&B Divas with the spinoff R&B Divas: Los Angeles.
Prior to joining Thinkfactory, Adam made his mark in the commercial industry by creating and directing the largest campaign in the history of the Partnership for a Drug-Free America. It garnered Reed national and international acclaim and became one of the most successful commercial campaigns ever created. In addition, he was shortlisted at the Cannes International Advertising Festival for a spot he directed for The Philadelphia Phillies, and continues to work with some of the largest advertising agencies in the world to direct and produce various commercial spots and branded entertainment campaigns. He also recently authored his first children’s book, Bee in the Sea, which has already received national attention, awarded three first-place Royal Dragonfly Awards, including Best New Author.