Adam Schomer is a highly accomplished producer, director, and writer based in Santa Monica, California. He is the president of i2i Productions and is best known for creating insightful documentaries that shed light on important issues. Adam has channeled his industrial engineering degree from Cornell University into producing documentaries that appeal to audiences with a thirst for knowledge and thought-provoking stories.
The i2i Productions team has an unwavering commitment to creating content that unites audiences through wisdom and entertainment. Their most notable productions include the award-winning film The Highest Pass (2012), which was released theatrically and explored the relationship between fear and death during an epic Himalayan motorcycle adventure. They also produced One Little Pill (2015), which highlighted a simple yet effective new method for treating alcoholism that had been held back for far too long.
Adam Schomer's recent release, the feature documentary HEAL (2017), is a must-watch for anyone interested in using the power of perception to cure disease. HEAL is currently a #1 Best-Selling Documentary on iTunes and has partnered with Hay House for the Heal Online Summit. The documentary includes appearances by esteemed consciousness experts such as Dr. Deepak Chopra, Gregg Braden, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Dr. Joan Borysenko, and Anita Moorjani.
Adam and his team traveled to the villages most affected by forty years of Soviet nuclear testing to produce The Polygon (2014). This documentary takes an unflinching look at the aftermath of nuclear testing and how it has affected the lives of ordinary people.
Adam's latest project, The Road to Dharma (2020), takes viewers on an in-depth exploration of what it means to be truly free. The 10-episode docu-series is set for release in February 2020 and promises to be an engaging and thought-provoking experience.