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Originally from Long Island, New York, I attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City where I studied painting.  I went on to earn a Master of Fine Arts in painting at the Yale School of Art, Yale University, where I also worked as a teaching assistant to Lester Johnson.  At that time I was strongly influenced by expressionist painting.  My work has gradually moved toward more representational motifs primarily focusing on the figure and portrait.

I received the Gund Foundation Grant from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and used the grant to paint in France and Italy.  I have shown in many group and juried exhibitions in the New England and New York areas.  My work is in several private collections in Georgia, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.  I have taught extensively in the Boston area and recently retired from the tenured position at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts where I taught oil painting, portraiture, and drawing.  I am now taking portrait commissions and working full-time in my studio in Somerville, Massachusetts.