Born in Defiance, Pennsylvania, USA, 1950. Formal education as documentary filmmaker, Temple University, Philadelphia, 1973. Worked as news cameraman for NBC and CBS affiliates in Hartford and Boston. Shot national spots for various Proctor/Gamble products. Partnered with Fred Miles on some of the earlier MTV station identifiers (Clio nominated). Partnered with Paul de Nooijer on music videos for Golden Earring. Created the earliest music videos for Dan Hartman. Wrote the book for the blues musical production of The Tear Jar. Produced various national and regional documentaries. Rediscovered ‘filmmaking’ in 2000—after no motion production for many years— when digital video became practical and inexpensive. Personal video works awarded prizes in numerous international video festivals. Video works in the permanent collections of museums in Naples, Paris and Barcelona.