Adam Kology grew up in Rhode Island. After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts in sculpture, printmaking, and painting in 2007, he landed in Woodstock, New York. It was in Woodstock that he developed a love for folk music, woodworking, and the violin. A move to Boston in 2012 began his career as a luthier.
Today, Adam divides his time between working as Assistant Manager of the workshop at Carriage House Violins and constructing new instruments on classical models. He makes between two and four instruments a year and is a member of the VSA and the BVMA.