A native of Bayonne, NJ, has been a full-time artist since 1978. He is known for his watercolor landscapes of New England, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. He has won numerous awards for his paintings from the New Jersey Watercolor Society, the Garden State Watercolor Society, the Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit, Rockport Art Association and local shows in the metro area.
His work is included in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress. His work has been exhibited in the Bergen Museum, the Montclair Museum, Nabisco World Headquarters, Sardis Restaurant and the Salmagundi Club.
His series of lithographs depicting nostalgic scenes of his native Bayonne are very popular and have been used on the TV shows, Growing Pains and The Mary Tyler Moore Show.