Lives and works in Boston Massachusetts.

 

As Professor of art in the Fine Arts 3D Department at Massachusetts College of Art and Design,he has been teaching jewelry, metalsmithing, digital techniques for object-makers (CAD) and other classes since 1985.

He has taught summer workshops and has been part of several conference events at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts. He has also taught workshops at The Royal College of Art in London, Silpakorn University in Bangkok Thailand, and Penland School of Crafts.

 

At MassArt, organized five international symposia, organized and curated “In Situ”, an exhibition of contemporary metals artists at MassArt.

 

Exhibitions of his work include one-person shows at Mobilia Gallery in Cambridge MA; group exhibitions include Schmuck 2001, Munich Germany; Signals: Late 20th Century American Jewelry, Cranbrook Museum of Art.

 

Work is in the public collections of the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution, Racine Art Museum, Racine WI, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, collection of Daphne Farago.  His work has been published in catalogs, books and magazine articles.

 

BS from SUNY College at Buffalo, MFA in Jewelry Metals from Kent State University in Ohio.