Bachelor of Science in Architectural Technology, Louisiana State University, 1972. Master of Science in Architect, Preservation and Planning, Columbia University, 1974. Certified, International Center Conservation of Cultural Property, Rome, 1977.
Assistant professor Louisiana State University School Architecture, 1974-1977. History architect Technology Preservation Services United States National Park Service, Washington, 1977-1978. President Stubbs Books and Prints Incorporated, New York York City, 1978-1998.
Associate Beyer Blinder Belle Architects, 1979-1989. Associate professor Columbia University, since 1989. Vice president programs World Monuments Fund, since 1989.
Advisor Abagail Adams Smith House, New York City, 1983-1995. Advisor gallery council New York School Interior Design, 1988-1991. Member advisory council University Florida School Landscape Architecture, 1997-1998.
Trustee Metropolitan History Structures Association, 1990-1994, James Marston Fitch Charitable Trust, 1992, Archaeol. Institute American, Boston, since 1999. Member International Council on Monuments and Sites, College Art Association, Society Architectural Historians, Columbia University Preservation Alumni Association (president 1981-1982), Century Club, National Trust History President Forum.
Married Jane Kelley, December 30, 1983 (divorced August 1998). Married Linda Karsteter, April 9, 1999.