Growing up in the North Bay area, from a young age Adam had an interest in agriculture and pursued his dreams involving the lifestyle. Through this he became friends with other horsemen and farriers. His involvement with his own livestock and horses brought him to the necessity of learning about all aspects of care which in turn brought him to farriery. Besides his years of experience with ranch animals, he is gifted in his gentle and patient approach with horses.
As he decided to follow farriery as a career path, he enrolled in Pacific Coast Horseshoeing school where he graduated top of his class. After graduating, he apprenticed with Roberto Vebera and Pat Morris along with other experienced farriers such as Phil Tressenrider.
Over the course of 20 years, Adam's philosophy is consistent in everything he is dedicated to. Married to his wife, Dionna, for 20 years, a family of three boys and a commitment to his craft, he believes in staying to the core of his fundamental principle of integrity by giving everything the attention it deserves.