The artist was introduced to silkscreen printing in his ninth grade art class. This introduction would open the door to a lifetime career as a printmaker. He graduated from the School of Art at VCU in Richmond and lost no time getting his career underway.
He and his wife purchased a home in the historic community of Washington Grove, Maryland and designed and built a printmaking studio where he works today. Early on, the artist took his brightly colorful original serigraphs to the streets. Since 1972 he has been showing and selling his work at arts festivals throughout the country.
Most of all he enjoys the time he spends in the studio designing and printing new work.