Student, Pratt Institute, 1938-1941; student, Boston Museum School Fine Arts, 1943-1944.
President, research director, Polymer Tempera, Inc., Boston, 1950-1957;
program director Art Casting, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1959-1962;
pioneered, Artist in Residence program Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1959-1964;
author-program director, Gloucester Experiment, Massachusetts, since 1968;
author-program director, Channel 1 youth programs, New England, 1977;
national program director, Channel 1 youth programs, since 1979. Visiting lecturer Boston University, 1957-1958. Visiting scholar Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1962-1968.
Member special investigative committee for establishment of Council for Arts and Humanities, Massachusetts, 1966-1970. Member of advisory board The Franklin Companies, Boston, 1986. Mem.Nat. Policy Planning Committee, National Institute Drug Abuse, since 1974.
Consultant WhiteHouse Conference on Children and Youth, 1970. Director Friends of Halibut Point Museum Program.
Member North Shore Human Rights Committee, 1986. Member, policy advisor Children's Advocacy Network, Boston, 1989-1990. Advisory board community fellows program Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1990.
Selected for world tour of paintings The Annisquam Art Company, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1991. Host Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Benefit Show-Annisquam, 1995.
Married Linda M. Smalley, January 1, 1948. Children: David Riccardo, Richard Grant. Married Veronique Bernard, 1992.