Studetn, School Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine, 1956-1957; Bachelor cum laude, Syracuse University, 1957; studetn, Art Students' League, 1959; Master of Fine Arts, Cranbrook Academy Art, 1959.
Critic of architectural drawing, Graduate School Architecture, Yale University, New Haven, since 1974. Instructor design Cooper Union, 1965-1967. Instructor design and drawing Pratt Institute, 1965-1969.
Artist-in-residence Dartmouth College, 1972. Instructor sculpture and drawing Skowhegan School Painting and Sculpture, 1973. Visiting assistant professor art Yale University, 1974-1976.
Recipient Gold medal of honor in sculpture Audubon Artists, 1956, Alfred Great Britain Steel Memorial prize Pennsylvania Academy Fine Aarts, 1962, Solon H. Borglum award Silvermine Guild, Connecticut, 1980, Albert Jacobson Memorial award Silvermine Guild, 1984, Alex Ettel award, National Academy of Design, 1998, others. Huntington Hartford fellow, 1957, Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation grantee, 1959, National Institute Arts and Letters grantee, 1961, Prix de Rome fellow, 1962-1965. Fellow American Academy in Rome.
Member National Academy of Design (Dessie Greer prize 1981, Gold medal in sculpture 1988, certified of merit in sculpture 1993).
1 child, David.