Student, Pomona College, 1972; Bachelor, University of California, Berkeley, 1974; Master of Arts, University of Virginia, 1983.
Planning assistant, Los Angeles County Reg. Planning Department, 1974-1977;
architectural historian, Vermont State Division for History Preservation, Montpelier, 1979-1981;
assistant planner, City Beverly Hills, California, 1981-1984;
private practice as history preservation consultant, Los Angeles, 1985;
community planner, United States Army Corps Engineers, Los Angeles, 1986-1987;
senior city planner cultural resources, City Pasadena, 1987-1990;
history preservation consultant, Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency, since 1990. History preservation consultant W. Adams Heritage Association, Los Angeles, since 1987.
Architectural annotator Da Camera Society, Los Angeles, since 1987.
Member citizens advisory panel Downtown Los Angeles Redevelopment Plan. Docent Los Angeles Conservancy, 1987-1990, member cultural resources committee, 1981-1990. Member peace and justice commission Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, 1992.
Member Society Architectural Historians, National Trust for History Preservation, California Preservation Foundation (Southern California chapter), American Civil Liberties Union.