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Educational Background:

Harvard Law School, J.D. with honors, 1987

Brandeis University, A.B. with honors, 1971

Committee on Social Thought, University of Chicago Graduate School, 1972-1973


Selected Exhibitions of Photographs (One Person Shows and Gallery Representation):

Terra Graphica Gallery, Cambridge, MA, 1975: Spiritual  Landscapes

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1978: Recent Works

Cape Cod Conservatory of Music and Art, West Barnstable, MA 1978: Nearer Than the Eye

Exposure Gallery of Photography, Orleans, MA, 1987: If the Water Were Still

Exposure Gallery of Photography, Orleans, MA, 1991: French  Studies: Photographs from the South of France

Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Boston MA, 1994 (Alliance Française Festival): In the South of France

Addison Holmes Gallery, Orleans, MA 1999-2005

Robert Klein Gallery, Boston, MA 1995-2007

Cape Cod Museum of Art, Dennis, MA, 2009: The Influence of Light

The Gallery Upstairs at Bob Korn Imaging, Orleans, MA, 2016: On Cape Cod


Other Selected Exhibitions:

Minor White’s Octave of Prayer exhibition, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA (1972)

Photomedia USA exhibition, San Diego State College, San Diego, CA (1971)

Annual Juried Show, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA (1971)

Dole Memorial Festival, Orleans, MA (Honorable Mention, 1994)

Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Multiple Juried Shows, 2000-present


Gallery Representation: 

Gallery Antonia, Chatham, MA and The Gallery Upstairs at Bob Korn Imaging, Orleans, MA


Recent Fellowship: 

OCARC Artist’s Residency, Margo-Gelb Dune Shack, Provincetown (2014)



In the South of France, 1999 (David R. Godine, Boston), winner of Bookbuilders Annual Award for Illustrated Books, 2000

On Cape Cod, 2016 (David R. Godine, Boston)



City-Space, a slide/tape presentation on urban environments (1971)

Toward a Politics of Disarmament (1987), unpublished: available at Langdell Library,  Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA

Commissioned production of a series of photographic murals for the Geller House of the  Jewish Board of Guardians, Staten Island, NY (1974)

1994 Cape Codder Newspaper “Newsmaker of the Year” designation, for founding one of the first charter schools in Massachusetts


Civic and Business Activities (current and former):

Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School, Founder and President

Orleans Community Partnership, Founding Benefactor and Board Member

Association for the Preservation of Cape Cod, Trustee

Orleans Improvement Association, Founder, President

Sturgis Charter School, Trustee

Massachusetts Audubon Society Wellfleet Bay Sanctuary Capital Campaign,  Area  Director

Town of Orleans:

            Planning Board, Vice Chairman

            Open Space Committee, Member

            Architectural Review and related zoning bylaws: Author

            Comprehensive Plan Committee, Member

            Democratic Committee, Member

Orleans Whole Food Store and Main Street Books, Orleans, MA, Founder and Owner


Teaching Background:

Photography Instructor (Studio and History), Cape Cod Conservatory of Music and Art, West Barnstable, MA (1978-1979)

Photography Instructor, Activity Therapy Department, McLean Hospital, Belmont, MA (1968-1969)

Lecturer on Law, University College, Cork, Ireland (1984-1985)


Artistic Statement:

                  I have been involved in photography since I was a child. I am entirely self-taught, although I worked with the late Minor White on various projects. I have mastered many aspects of the medium, ranging from traditional processes to digital imaging. My artistic approach is eclectic, and I have photographed in locales as diverse as Ireland, Botswana, Nepal, and Bosnia.  I believe that Minor White described my photographs accurately, writing that my photographs have “an overwhelming sense of humanistic and symbolic presence.”                                                                   


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