1968: Born, Englewood, NJ

1973-1986: Grew up in a log cabin on the Appalachian Trail 46 miles from New York City. Played electric flute in a post-punk band in the mid-1980s (gigged at CBGBs).

1986-1990: Studied marine biology as an undergraduate on the south fork of Long Island. Learned that artists such as Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Lee Krasner, Jackson Pollock, Elaine and Willem de Kooning, Roy Lichtenstein, Mark Rothko and many others had resided in and been inspired by the area. Taught sailing and worked in marinas. Got a ride on John Chamberlain's trimaran (was aboard when it crashed into a pile of rocks).

1990-2002: Lived and made art and music in factory building loft spaces in the Olneyville section of Providence and other raw and historic spaces on the west side while working by day as a research assistant, first on an aquaculture project then on a study of global change, at the University of Rhode Island. 2000: Received a fellowship in New Genres from Rhode Island State Council on the Arts.

2002-2006: Lived and worked in Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY. Waited tables and taught sailing while honing skills and gleaning insights into the workings of the art world. Awarded a Keyholder residency at the Lower East Side Printshop. Worked for one summer as kitchen staff assistant at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Attended fully-funded residencies at Acadia National Park, Vermont Studio Center, and Blue Mountain Center. Participated in a Sunday salon at the home of Louise Bourgeois.

2006-2018: Moved to the wilds of far west Texas in search of time, space, and quality of sound.

2018-2019: Returned to Providence to attend Master's program in Nature-Culture and Sustainability Studies at Rhode Island School of Design.

2020: Lives and works.