Bachelor of Architecture summa cum laude, New York Institute of Technology, 1979.
Draftsman Greenmen Pederson, Babylon, New York, 1974. Designer Perry B. Goldstein Architect, Garden City, 1975—1980. Design architect Gibbs & Hill Incorporated, New York York City, 1980—1982.
Construction manager Metropolitan Realty Management/Cross and Brown Company, 1982—1986. Private practice Babylon, since 1983. Assistant vice president Citicorp/Citibank, since 1987.
Architect Atrium 500, 1983. Architect, designer corporation headquarters Mellon Bank, 1982.
Member West Islip Representatives, 1979—1985. Board directors New York Institute of Technology Alumni Fund. Member of American Institute of Architects, New York Institute of Technology Alumni Association (treasurer since 1981), West Islip Chamber of Commerce, Construction Specifications Institute.