He likes wood. Its an obsession that started at a young age.
Adam's earliest experience in woodworking started at age 10, restoring an antique dresser as a 4-H project with his father. It was that experience that would influence Adam for many summers to come, and lead him to creating Revival Woodworks.
At a young age, he learned the basic skills of woodworking. He learned that if your going to do something, do it right. His family gave him support and lessons on how to develop his skills and find the potential in things.
Growing up, it was a common occurrence to watch and follow his dad in finding junk and fixing it up. He learned that he could go to antique stores or garage sales with his mom and find unique items to restore or re-purpose. He also picked up some valuable lessons in "haggling" and "negotiating" at a young age.
In addition to restoring furniture, he began building custom corn hole boards in high school. He found new challenges in finding clients and offering custom painted corn hole sets. This was his first taste of business success, paired with various achievements in county and state 4-H woodworking competitions.
After the loss of his father in college, it became a goal of Adam's to carry on a legacy and continue woodworking as a way to remember his father. At this time Adam began restoring antique boats and using his woodworking skills to help others, just as his father did.
Now the owner and designer for Revival Woodworks, Adam proudly develops all the pieces from idea through completion. It is his passion and mission to make things better, and "revive" the dis-guarded or