Adam Kaser graduated from The Wellington School of Columbus, Ohio in 1994 and went on to study Fine Art at the Columbus College of Art and Design. First introduced to the medium in Columbus through the nonprofit cooperative hot shop Glass Axis, Adam has worked primarily in glass since 1997. He has studied solid sculpting with glass masters Ferdinand Theriot and Scott Darlington, and, in 2001, he attended the Pilchuck Glass School to study solid sculpting with Italian artist Dino Rosin. In 2005, after two years of fabricating equipment and refurbishing a hundred-plus year old barn, he opened Kaser Glass Studio in his hometown of Delaware, Ohio. Today he has work in galleries along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts as well as in places as far away as New Zealand. Adam also continues to give back to his community, participating in many fundraising events to benefit organizations that help foster creativity and imagination through the arts.