I’m a product of the American Northeast Tri-State area. The part where all the people from there, tell everyone else that they’re from New York City. I moved westward to San Francisco around 1991 and lived there until the good times ended and the soul of the city was squeezed out by boring tech bros with “money”. So, I moved again in 2011 to Yokohama, Japan about three weeks after the giant earthquake of 3/11. Since a lot of foreigners were leaving, scared of radiation poisoning, I took that as a sign it was a good move. During all this time I just mentioned, as you can imagine, I’ve done a lot of this and that, I’ve been here and there and probably know some people you know.

Now I live a modest life as a bohemian expatriate in a great city. I make ends meet, do artsy stuff and stay busy. Along with making my own art, I run the Launch Pad Gallery, a small art gallery, with my wife in the Ishikawacho District of Yokohama, Japan. We primarily feature new and upcoming artists of all disciplines. Please go the gallery site with any questions or inquiries.

If you have interest in communicating, feel free to contact me.

Thanks for your interest and time.

Click here to see exhibitions I’ve been involved in and some other stuff about me.