Diploma, University Bourgogne, Dijon, France, 1985; Bachelor in History, American University, Washington, 1991.
Museum technician National Museum American History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 1987. Press assistant Vietnam Veterans American, 1987. Editor Journal Gospel Music, 1991-1993.
Stringer Washington Post, People magazine, 1992-1998. Freelance writer/critic various publications, since 1992. Assistant entertainment press secretary 1993 Clinton Inaugural, 1992-1993.
Media director 30th Anniversary March on Washington, 1993. Senior publicist Carp Shank Entertainment Group, Washington, 1992-1996. Co-partner Capital Entertainment, since 1996.
Consultant Rhythm and Blues Foundation, Washington, since 1993, Distric Women's Council, Washington, 1993-1994.
Member National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Gospel Music Association.
Son of William Arthur and Via Maria (Randall) C.