Student, Wright College, 1954—1956. Student, Illinois Institute of Technology, 1956—1957. Bachelor of Science in Physics, University Arizona, 1966.
Director Noble Planetarium and Observatory, Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, 1960—1964. Planetarium director Manitoba Museum Man and Nature, Winnipeg, Canada, 1966—1970. President Omnitheatre Ltd., 1970—1972, Gallagher & Associates, Chicago, 1972—1978, International Travel Theatres, Chicago, 1978—1981, Galaxy Productions Ltd., Chicago, 1981—1995, Marine Laboratories, Chicago, since 1995.
Member faculty, astronomy, civil engineering University Manitoba, 1967—1968, consultant education, theater, since 1967. Served with United States Army Reserve, 1959-1965.
Member of Chicagoland Marine Aquarium Society (founder, president since 1995), Marine Aquarium Societies North America (vice president 1995-1997, president 1997-1998), Chicago Film Council, Association Multi-Image, International television Association, American Society Training and Development, National Academy television Arts and Sciences, American Astronomical Society, International Council Planetarium Executives, Planetarium Association Canada (founding president 1968-1969).