Adam Lordon is a freelance media producer/director, a proud Miramichier, and one of the youngest city Mayors in the country.
Born and raised in Miramichi, since returning to the province Adam has re-immersed himself in the community and the province. In 2015 he became the youngest City Councillor in Miramichi history, and in 2016 was elected as the city’s youngest Mayor. As Mayor, Lordon is a passionate advocate for urban renewal, downtown and waterfront development, diversity and inclusion, immigration, public transit, long term planning, arts and culture, and youth engagement.
Lordon is the President of the Cities of New Brunswick Association, and is one of 3 New Brunswick reps on the national Board of Directors of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.
He is also involved in many community groups and associations including as the Vice President of the Miramichi Young Professionals and Involved Entrepreneurs, and representing the city on the Miramichi City Transit Commission and the local Chamber of Commerce. This year he teamed up with the Miramichi Multicultural Association and other community groups to host a Mayor’s Welcome BBQ for all newcomers to the community.
Professionally he is a media and television producer, director, and consultant with over a decade on industry experience including a specialization in tourism, lifestyle, and documentary content. His credits include The Amazing Race Canada, The Marilyn Denis Show, MTV and MuchMusic, and several projects with Tourism New Brunswick. He has won national awards for his work as a director, and for marketing brand integrations.