Student, New York School Industrial Art, 1937; student, New York School Contemporary Art, 1947-1948; student, Brooklyn Museum Art School, 1948-1950.
Illustrator, cartoonist comic books Popular Mechanics, Electronics Illustrated, Popular Science, New York City, 1939—1942, 1946—1950. President, designer, inventor Mosamics Company, Brooklyn, 1948—1950. Art director, advertising manager University Loudspeakers, White Plains, 1951—1960.
Owner, manager, graphic designer Studio Concepts, Wantagh, since 1957. Artist Civilian Conservation Corps, Adirondacks, 1936. Teacher art Center Island Jewish School, Freeport, New York, 1959.
Newspaper artist Bering Breeze, Aleutian Islands, 1945-1946. Co-founder Northwest Pacific chapter AVC Adak, 1945. Worked with North American Philips, Amperex, General Instruments, General Signal, Cardion, Schweber Electronics, Singer-Telesignal.
Veeco/Lambda Electronics, Plessey Inc. Polytech. Research and Development, University Loudspeakers, Harmon Kardon, British Industries, Hohner Harmonicas. Lecturer career guidance Middle School East students.
Presenter in field.
Designer war posters visual aids for United States Army, 1942-1944. Creator comic character Giggy F. Useless, used in basic training and theatre dramatizations and for Army newspaper, 1943-1946. Sergeant Army of the United States, 1942-1946.
Member International Society Poets, Freeport Arts Council, Allied Artists American (president 1985-1986), Huntington Township Art League, DAV, Comic Artist Guild (treasurer), Nature Conservancy, various environmental groups.
Married Millie Sappol, February 19, 1944. Children: Susan, Sherry.