Developer BiographyBorn in Rochford to mother Gill and father David, Adam Jennings is an original 'Essex Boy'! Originally trained as an actor, Adam racked up an impressive list of theatre credits, his work on film and screen has been varied and usually comedic.
In 1996 he set up a digital entertainment agency, RED BOX NEW MEDIA, which provides digital support for arts based companies and charities; where he has turned his hands to combining the Internet with entertainment.
In 2004 he set up Peanut Films, an independent film production company. In summer 2004 Peanut Films' first films went into production and 2005 will see further development on a number of projects.
He has created the official UK websites for "The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen" and "Untold Scandal" and worked on the official UK websites for many films including, "Racing Stripes", "The Bourne Supremacy", "Van Helsing" and "9 Songs". He has worked as Head of Internet for computer games developers Rebellion, Senior Designer for Europe's largest ISP Tiscali, and as Creative Lead, EMEA for Microsoft PMG. With Simon Furman and Andrew Wildman, he is the co-creator of a webcomic called The Engine. His company RED BOX NEW MEDIA produced the award-winning official website for the BBC 2 show The Hairy Bikers' Cookbook, the website for debut album Treasure In My Backyard and also the multi award-winning corporate website for Barford Productions. Most recently Red Box produced websites for film production company Minds Eye Media and TV & Film director Jon Sen.
Find out more about him and RED BOX on their website or on his personal portfolio.
Contributed by Adam Jennings (67) on May 28, 2005. [revised by : Adam Jennings (67)].