About Me

I’m a painter, photographer, sculptor, and advocate of human rights, with my work represented in many public and private collections.

Public collections include the Chicago Art Institute, Cleveland Museum, Philadelphia Museum, Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art in Milwaukee, Clark University, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the University of Florida, Florida International University and The Sephardic Synagogue of Turnberry.

I’ve been represented in such notable New York City galleries as OK Harris, Nancy Hoffman Gallery, Fotouhi-Kramer, Jason McCoy Inc., and the Gerald Peters Gallery located in New York and Santa Fe, Ann Nathan Gallery in Chicago, Karen Lynne Gallery in Boca Raton, FL and the Armand Bolling Fine Art Gallery, Jupiter, Florida.

I’ve worked with the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts as advisor, juror, and notably, I was the founder of NFFA’s Fellowships in Visual Arts program (FIVA).

For nearly 15 years I devoted myself to the issues of the Holocaust and human rights through my artwork. This body of work, entitled “Surplus of Memory,” has been exhibited in more than 10 major museums and universities across the country.

I’ve taught at the Miami-Dade community College Art Department  for three years and at Florida International University for five years in the Fine Art Depargtment. While at FIU, I was the Chairman of the Curriculum Committee for the College of Art and Sciences.

Besides being a fine art photographer, I was the still photographer for the TV series Burn Notice for two seasons.

Enough about me, I’d love to hear from you. On the one hand, if you are interested in a painting, photography, or prints, please visit my art store. On the other hand, if you are interested in hiring an art tutor, an art business mentor, or a Cornell University certified life coach and art therapist, please reach out to me! I’d also love to know what you think of my work, or to comment on yours.