Adam K. Johnson graduated in the summer of 2014 from the University of Wyoming with his Bachelors of Science degree in Geology and Geophysics. After working as a Wellsite Geologist/Geochemist in the oil and gas industry for about a year, the downturn in oil prices has led him to pursue opportunities in the technology industry.
Throughout college, Adam was involved in many different groups and clubs. He was the Production Editor for a Literary and Arts publication, the vice-president for the Casper College Geology Club, the former Chairman of Hole in the Wall Grotto (Wyoming Chapter of the National Speleological Society), and has interned at Yellowstone National Park describing lithological variations in the different eruption events that have occurred through time.
His involvement in these projects and activities have given him the experience to manage projects professionally and to be great at helping clients see there vison come to life. He enjoys traveling, concerts, science, caving, backpacking, rock hounding, photography, playing guitar/music, reading, and collecting records.