Born in Boston, I attended the now long gone Vesper George School of Art, The School of The Museum of Fine Arts and Harvard University. My earliest employment was as an art director, and later as a creative director, for notable Boston and New York ad agencies, followed by a stint as a Department Chair at Boston's New England School of Art.
I also served on University of New Hampshire faculty teaching in the very successful Life Studies contract learning program for juniors and seniors, a program that I helped design and administer.
My works have been widely exhibited, featured on the NBC Today Show and been a subject of note in the New York Times, Graphic Design USA, Art in America, the Christian Science Monitor and the Boston Globe.
In recent years my work has been curated
into numerous prestigious
national and international exhibits
as well as chosen to join works
on the walls of several notable
permanent collections including
that of the White House.
My work continues to evolve. Within the past year I've combined my digital images with my abstract brush strokes as well as creating a few representational pieces.
I only paint after a session of meditation and the meditation directs my work.