Adam Hauck      [Back] Adam Hauck studied creative writing at San Diego State University, and briefly pursued a career in journalism before moving to Los Angeles to work in television and film production. Adam quickly found work as a writer and producer on the nightly FX talk show, "The X-Show", then later worked on Comedy Central's "Beat the Geeks", and several reality TV shows, including MTV's "Road Rules" and NBC's "Who Wants to Marry My Dad?" In 2004, Adam made his feature film debut, writing and producing the documentary HOMECOMING, which he made with long-time producing partner George Cawood. HOMECOMING went on to enjoy an award winning festival run before finding a home on PBS. Working through Framework CONTENT, some of Adam's recent work can be seen in the DVD documentary features he has written and produced for multiple studios including 20th Century Fox, Universal, Sony Pictures, Paramount, Walt Disney Pictures and others, on projects such as Joe Carnahan's big screen reboot of The A-Team starring Liam Neeson, ABC's seminal television hit LOST, several of Judd Apatow's comedy blockbusters including The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up, Joss Whedon's Serenity and Dollhouse, Gary Ross's Seabiscuit, and James Cameron's Ghosts of the Abyss. Adam has directed and produced several commercials and music videos, most recently for the post-rock band El Ten Eleven. He continues to actively develop narrative and documentary television and feature film projects through Pain Killer, LLC.