John F. Adams is a full time professional inventor, educator and president of his own design and manufacturing corporation, which specializes in creating new reading tools and medical products. John majored in American History at Harvard University and has been granted 12 United States patents. He developed the theory and practice of Proportional Reading, which is the method of presentation described at this web site. He speaks frequently at schools and colleges and has presented at many national conferences. Numerous articles on his theory of creativity have been distributed worldwide and on national TV programs.
Born in 1945, both brothers attended grade school at The Park School in Brookline, Massachusetts, and then went on to The Buckingham Browne & Nichols School in Cambridge, Mass.
Heather Adams, John's daughter, was four years old at the time most of these pictures were taken. She thought up on her own at least six of the plays. At that time Heather attended elementary school at The Gerry School, Marblehead, Mass. Heather is now a number of years older and attends the Shore Country Day School in Beverly, Mass. In addition to her school sports, Heather loves participating in gymnastics at Yellow Jackets, her local club.