About ÀdhamhÀdhamh Ó Broin /Agiv o BROIN/, born June 3rd 1979, is a musician, writer and fluent Scottish Gaelic learner from Cowal in Argyll.
He is the first person to raise a family of native speakers of his home dialect in 80 years and the first ever to resurrect a moribund Scottish dialect word for word to the status of a living language.
He is founder of DROITSEACH /DROTCHshuch/, a project which seeks to revitalise interest in Scotland’s dialects and the former richness of the Gaelic language, from where he was sourced to offer a consultancy package to Sony Pictures' OUTLANDER, currently filming in Cumbernauld.
Àdhamh also provides Gaelic language solutions, from film & TV consultancy to teaching, translation, MC, soundtrack & live music and community projects.
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If you want to know more about Àdhamh, you can read the Q & A he did with Àdhamh's Ó Broinies.