Born in Adams, MA. Currently living in Yonkers.
Early on my artwork was concerned with built things, architectural structures and, as it evolved, the dialog between sculpture and modern architecture. Aspects of museum display crept into the work, which then led to a flurry of curatorial projects. Currently my practice consists of sculpture, installations, drawing, photography, printmaking and the occasional bit of writing with a dash of curating thrown in. I do not paint.
Received a BFA in Sculpture from The School of Visual Arts, NYC, 1978 and attended the Showhegan School of Painting and Sculpture that summer. Graduated with a MA from Hunter College in 1983 (wrote thesis on The Social and Aesthetic Influences on Frederick Law Olmstead).
Teaches sculpture at Hunter College and the School of Visual Arts, NY, NY.