Adam Low has directed prize-winning documentaries such as The Private Dirk Bogarde, The Life and Times of Count Luchino Visconti and Arena: T.S. Eliot. His work with producer Martin Rosenbaum includes The Dreams of William Golding, The Strange Luck of V.S. Naipaul, Alan Bennett’s Diaries, Arena: The National Theatre, Stop All the Clocks: W.H. Auden in an Age of Anxiety and My Curious Documentary linked to the stage production of Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
Adam lives in Kensal Rise.
The Nobel Prize winning author, who died in 2013, would have been 80 this year. Martin Rosenbaum and Adam Low, a producer/director team who have made many television programmes about authors, including such as Harold Pinter and William Golding, are currently filming a documentary about Heaney which will be broadcast by BBC2 in the autumn. […]