Since moving from Iowa to New England in the late 1960’s, I have worked as a carpenter, an English teacher, a photographer, a documentary filmmaker, and an art dealer. I am now a Professor, and Chair of the Communication Arts Department of Framingham State University, where I have taught since 1988; my Ph.D. is in Communication Studies.

My documentary productions have been screened in venues including the New England Film and Video Festival, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, and PBS; photographs have been exhibited at the Boston Center for the Arts, and the Institute of Contemporary Art. I am a past member of the English Institute, the Photographic Resource Center, and the Boston Film/Video Foundation.

Currently, I am an Artist Member of the Medici Society (School of the MFA, Boston), the American Association of Woodturners, and the New England Sculptors Association (NESA). My work has been represented at various New England galleries, including the Signature Gallery (Westport, CT), Lacoste Gallery (Concord, MA), and the Fiber Arts Center (Amherst, MA).

Juried group exhibitions have included the Belmont Gallery of Art; Aldrich Heritage Gallery (Whitinsville, MA); Bristol Community College; Bridgewater State University, the Harbor Art Gallery (UMass Boston); the SMFA Boston; Lexington Arts and Crafts Society; Framingham State University; Concord Art Association; New England Sculpture Service; the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA (Audacious, the Fine Art of Wood, February-June, 2015); Lewis Gallery (Portland, ME); and the Fuller Craft Museum (Brockton, MA).

I am represented in the international selection 500 Wood Bowls (Lark Press), the art collection of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (Boston), and the permanent collection of the Peabody Essex Museum.

Studio visit with the New England Sculptors Association: