Adam Bloodgood

Originally from Seattle, Adam Bloodgood is a graduate of Pacific Northwest Ballet School where he trained for 12 years under the direction of Francia Russell, succeeded by Peter Boal. Adam has performed as a principal guest artist in every major region of the country in addition to dancing as a full-time company member with Ballet Idaho, Dayton Ballet, City Ballet of San Diego, and San Diego Ballet. Adam has performed leading roles in work by George Balanchine, Stephen Mills, Peter Anastos, W. Earle Smith, Betsey Wistrich, and Karen Russo Burke, among others. In 2017, Adam originated the role of Romeo in Contempo Arts Productions’ Romeo and Juliet in Los Angeles. At San Diego Ballet, Adam originated various leading roles by Javier Velasco, in works such as Jungle Book, Gershwin, Homegrown, Song of Songs, and Giselle.

In addition to dancing, Adam works as a choreographer. In 2019, he premiered his first one-act
piece The Sun Still Shines Tomorrow at San Diego Ballet’s Dance Gallery. He has also
choreographed for Summer Dance Company and Yuma Ballet Academy.

Adam is also a multi-instrumentalist musician. He is the guitarist for Floating Pockets, whose
music has been selected by Pandora Radio and can be found on Spotify and Apple Music.