2015/2014 FILM FESTIVAL CAMPAIGN (UNA VIDA) - Richie Adams’ second feature film as writer/director/produer
— Audience Award for Best Feature Drama, 2015 Sedona Intenational Film Festival
— Jury Award for Best Director (Richie Adams), 2015 Albuquerque Film & Music Experience
— Jury Award for Best Director (Richie Adams) + Jury Award for Best Actress (Aunjanue Ellis), 2014 Breckenridge Film Festival
— Jury Award for Best Actress (Aunjanue Ellis) + Audience Award, 2014 Newport Beach Film Festival
— Jury Award for Best Actress (Aunjanue Ellis) + Audience Award, 2014 American Black Film Festival
— Audience Award, 2014 Vail Film Festival
— Audience Award, 2014 La Costa Film Festival
— Visionary Award for Best Louisiana Film, 2014 Louisiana International Film Festival
— Best Feature Film, 2014 Cleveland Urban Film Festival
— Official Finalist Award, 2014 Barcelona Film Festival
— Nominee, Best New Director Award, 2014 Vancouver International Film Festival
— Official Selection, 2014 Heartland Film Festival
— Official Selection, 2014 New Orleans Film Festival
— Official Selection, 2014 Hollywood Film Festival

EMMY® Nomination
— “Anti-Meth” Public Service Announcement

Telly Awards®
— Silver Winner (highest level) “Deere Trusted, Doggett Strong” Commercial
— Silver Winner (highest level) “Anti-Meth” PSA
— Silver Winner (highest level) “We’ll Make You Think” EBR SCHOOLS

Addy Awards®
— Overall Best of Show, Best of TV, 4 Golds (“We’ll Make You Think” EBR SCHOOLS)
— Best of PSA (“Anti-Meth” PSA)

Baton Rouge Advertising Federation
— Pinnacle Award® for Best of Industry PRESIDENT/CEO OF THE YEAR (2011)

INVENTING ADAM - Official Selection of Vail Film Festival (2010)
— Richie Adams debut as Writer/Director/Producer

INVENTING ADAM - "10 Must See Movies at Vail Film Festival"
— RRC Title Graphics for Newcastle Brown Ale, SHORT LIST AT CANNES INTL. AD FESTIVAL (2010)

225 Magazine — People to Watch (2008)
— “When acclaimed Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu was fielding questions about his stellar cast in the summer of 2006, his film Babel was gaining early Oscar buzz the world over, and Baton Rouge native Richie Adams was anonymously designing the elegant credits and title sequence for the film on a laptop in his house off LSU Avenue.”

Baton Rouge Business Report — “Forty Under 40” (2007 Honoree)
— “Forty Under 40” (2007 Honoree)