Adrian Beecher

Orlando Florida

Adrian Beecher

Orlando Florida

My life started on January 26, 1991 in Lafayette Indiana. I was taken away from my mother at the age of 3 and became a ward of the state. From the ages of 3-7 I was in 5 different foster homes. The Beecher Family in West Lafayette Indiana adopted me at the age of 8 years old. I graduated from High School in May of 2009. After high school I went immediately into the US Army where I trained at Fort Benning and Fort Gordon, which are both located in Georgia. After my training I was stationed at Fort Hood in Central Texas. During my last years in the Army I started an Entertainment company called DJ Beech ENT, of which i used to catapult my career to NYC where I took two artists to meet with 7 different labels including Island Def Jam, Shady Records, Bad Boy Entertainment and G-Unit in May of 2012. My journey then took me to Orlando Florida where I now attend Full Sail University majoring in Entertainment Business. I am set to graduate in July of 2014 with my Bachelors Degree. In December of 2012 I started a News and Media Company called The SkyBoat which has been built to help students and military veterans advance their careers and experience in the Entertainment Industry. This is accomplished with opportunities to cover multiple professional sports teams in the Florida area. My colleagues and I are now hard at work on a Non- Profit called the Jr. Journalism Foundation. With this we hope to help children under 18 grow their dreams and gain valuable experience in the Entertainment field with the use of training and positivity to encourage them to pursue their dreams and to never give up. I am now 22 years old and I hope to use my passion for helping others to change as many lives as possible by being a guiding light for them. I am always looking for new things to feed my hunger for knowledge. I am always looking for new ways that I can help those around me and ways to better the World we all live in.

  • Work
    • Ceo & Founder of The SkyBoat
  • Education
    • William Henry Harrison High
    • US Army Communications School