Came to the United States, 1949, naturalized, 1955. Student of University Illinois, 1962-1966, in Urban Design, Kunstskolen, Copenhagen, 1967.
Vice president, founder Node 4 Associations, Incorporated., Brooklyn, 1968-1970. Director development Townland Marketing and Development Corporation, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, 1970-1972. President Ralph Brill Associations, Garrison, New York, 1973.
Partner Brill Kawakami Wilbourne, Architects, Cold Spring, New York, New York City and Telluride, Colorado 1973-1993.
President Finsky Group Incorporated., 1974-1988. Founder Manitou Realty, Cold Spring, 1976, Swallow Communications, Cold Spring, 1982.
President Southmont Development Group, Incorporated., Montrose, Colorado, 1993. Architectural critic Columbia University, 1969.
Adjunct assistant professor urbansystems Farleigh Dickinson University, 1974-1976, partner Deer Hollow Partners, 1984, Manhattan Strategic Venture Fund, 1988, Cara Ventures, 1988-1993,partner Woodbury Technology Ventures, 1992.
Chairman Dutchess Partners, Incorporated., New York City, 1989. President Southmont Development Group, Incorporated., Montrose, Colorado, 1993. Board directors Brill GmbH, Herzebrock.
President White Column Farms, Pawlet, Vermont, 1988.
Board of directors Garrison Art Center, 1976-1983, Spectra Arts, 1983-1988, Chapel of Our Lady Restoration, 1997. New York State History Preservation grantee, 1977, Pure Water Technologies, Incorporated., 1988.
Company-chairman Prism Appliance Systems, Incorporated., 1992-1996, Ster-L-Technical, Incorporated., 1996. Recipient First Honors award Mid-Hudson American Institute of Architects, 1988, 89.
Registered architect, licensed real estate broker, New New York
Board directors Garrison Art Center, 1976-1983, Spectra Arts, 1983-1988, Chapel of Our Lady Restoration, 1977. Member Society Industrial Archeology, Center for Hudson River Valley.
Married Gail J. Koff, October 8, 1978. Children:Micah Levy, Loren Koff, Wade Sydney.