Adam Wozniak

Personal

I've worked on many different creative projects in my spare time over the years. From writing and hosting radio shows and a TV pilot, to screenwriting, travel photography, and now indie video game development.

First indie video game release

I’m currently in development on my first indie mobile game, aiming for release on the App Store / Google Play by the end of 2021. Click here to try it now...

Game dev prototypes

In June 2020, I decided to learn game development, using Unity and C#. I gave myself a goal of building 40 prototypes in 12 months, while working on this for at least 15 minutes daily...

Unreleased podcasts

From 2016-2018, I worked on two different podcasts – a chat show, and a mockumentary. I recorded three episodes to test out my two concepts, but ultimately decided to leave the podcasts unreleased. From time-to-time, I still think about creating a podcast...

Travel photo blog

In January 2012, I packed up my life and left Australia on a one-way ticket to explore the world. I documented this life-changing journey with just the phone in my pocket, using iOS photo editing apps, Tumblr, and Instagram (years before the latter reached mainstream popularity)...

Unproduced web series

From 2010-2013, I developed two (unproduced) comedy web series, as well as teaming up with a credited executive producer to co-write a third comedy web series, which we ended up pitching...

Self-development blog

From 2009-2011, I was really into self-development, personal improvement, and minimalism. Inspired by the likes of Leo Babauta (Zenhabits) and Tim Ferris, I ended up launching my own self-development blog. After writing a book’s worth of articles...

Small business blog

In 2009, I launched a niche, small business blog, with the goal of becoming the web’s most popular and accessible guide to starting a business as a sole trader or partnership in Australia...

TV pilot

Produced in 2005, Wozniak Live was a pilot for a late-night comedy TV series. While the pilot was rejected by every major TV network in Australia, it eventually made its way to community and cable television networks across Australia and New Zealand in 2011 and 2012...

Radio broadcasting

From 2003-2006, I was heavily involved in Australia’s (then) number 1 community radio station. Starting as a broadcaster of a late-night comedy radio show, I eventually landed a guest hosting stint on the station’s flagship breakfast show, while also running the university student radio department (for which I won an award)...