Adam Lee Rosenfeld leads an indie rock group called The Pit That Became a Tower, which has been around since 2003. The band has released 2 albums, 2 EPs, 3 singles, and appeared on a few compilations, played a bunch of shows, toured the US, and changed lineups throughout the whole time. His musical influences come from a suburban childhood in Cincinnati, Ohio, that involved skateboarding, video games, and being very serious for his age, as well as listening to the indie rock mainstays of the past 20 years, like Dinosaur Jr., Pavement, and the much more obscure Polyphemus. The band is currently working on its third album and first studio recording in 5 years as well as fundraising the project through the Kickstarter website. Aside from his musical leanings, Adam Lee Rosenfeld runs a small business called THINK/TANK Marketing, which receives clients directly or through an online employment forum that enables top freelance people to find work and businesses to find talent for temporary projects, full-time positions, and freelance work. Adam Lee Rosenfeld offers services in marketing, video, design, music, web development, and consultation. In addition, he can provide clients with Hebrew translations, proofreading, editing, and writing. Adam Lee Rosenfeld specializes in providing Judeo-Christian services for biblical translation to ministries and promoting marketing campaigns for Israel-related projects. He lets prospective clients know that his designs run toward the skateboarding mentality, which means they are cutting-edge and very hip. For his work, Adam Lee Rosenfeld draws heavily on his background in running an indie label and distribution company for five years. Prior to this entrepreneurial venture, Adam Lee Rosenfeld gained invaluable experience at a number of different locations. At the New York-based Moonstruck Designs, he served as a Sales Representative for the silver jewelry distributor. Adam Lee Rosenfeld also held a management position with Jerusalem Street Productions from 2000 to 2005, a role in which he served the nonprofit organization with a host of duties, including supervising a coffeehouse venue, handling publicity and event promotion chores, and assisting in the production of promotional videos and youth-oriented television shows. In 2007, Adam Lee Rosenfeld worked in marketing for Israel Today Magazine, a position in which he managed Jerusalem Depot, an online store offering products from Israel. In addition, he aided in the creation of marketing strategies for the organization’s publication.