Bachelor, University of Wisconsin, 1968; Master of Arts, New School for Social Research, New York City, 1972; postgraduate, State University of New York, Oneonta, 1973.
Assistant director, Neighborhood Conservation Bureau, New York City, 1970; coordinator, supervisor of ecology, Museum of City of New York, 1970-1971; assistant program director, South St. Seaport Museum, New York City, 1971-1972; director, Fresno (California) Arts Center, 1973-1980; director, Tucson Museum of Art, 1980-1984; director, Tampa (Florida) Museum of Art, since 1985.
Member American Association Museum, Association Art Museum Directors, Florida Art Museum Directors Association (president), Southeast Museum Conference, Florida Association Museum (secretary).
Married Ruth Borenstein, June 30, 1968. Children: Annie, Kern Daniel.