Adam Cyzner is a rising sophomore at Wesleyan University pursuing a double major in film and
psychology. He loves photography especially when used to capture beautiful, organic moments
in nature. He has danced in all styles from jazz to ballet since middle school and is currently
considering adding a dance minor to his degree as he develops his skills in contemporary
choreography. Adam believes in the power of storytelling that literature, dance, film, and
television all possess with a special interest in the latter two.
In terms of genre, Adam loves horror movies and psychological thrillers with “The Babadook”
being his favorite movie of all time. He also adores warmhearted queer romances since he
identifies with the LGBTQ+ community and desires to improve the representation of queer
characters in film and television. Adam wants to find original, boundary-breaking stories,
whether novels or screenplays, that involve the reader in an emotional journey while providing
profound observations on the human condition and existence. He especially loves stories that
are grounded in reality and incorporate a fantastical or supernatural twist to absorb the reader.