Adam “Snapper” Chromy, a native New Yorker, had many interesting careers (lifeguard, bicycle messenger, nightclub bouncer and technologist) before finding his true calling as a literary agent.
Adam also received a B.S. Degree in Finance and Management from NYU’s Stern School of Business while attending on full-scholarship, and started his first company during his senior year. In the decade following graduation, he created and managed several successful and profitable technology companies.
Seeking a more creative outlet for his energy, Adam returned to NYU to attend film classes, began writing screenplays and ended up working at a renowned literary agency. It was not long before his success and entrepreneurial spirit led him to start his own literary agency, Artists and Artisans Inc.
Adam is still signing authors of fiction and narrative nonfiction as long as the writing is exceptional and the authors have something truly unique to say. He is also interested in practical nonfiction from authors with strong platforms and/or a point of view that challenges the status quo.
More about the agency on Artists and Artisans’ website.