After being honorably discharged from the 1st Army I apprenticed under Master Designer Charles Connick Jr. in Boston while attending nights at Northeastern University. I have been working part time in the Stained Glass Media since 1971. It will always be something I love to do.
Ive been commissioned privately for several projects in the late 70s to the present. In the early 80s I held courses in the leaded glass craft at Dutchess, Orange, Columbia Community Colleges, Vassar College, and three BOCES Programs all in New York.
In the years since then my energies have been focused in the direction of conservation, repair, and creations. I treated many windows in eight churches, created many windows in a hospital, repaired windows in two other institutions, and conserved two medallions at Eleanor Roosevelts Home at Val Kill in East Park NY.
In 2010 I retired after 37 years of government service, and now reside in Central FL.