Born in Woodbine, New Jersey. 1942 Attended Philadelphia School of Industrial Art, now University of the Arts Philadelphia, PA.
Stationed in London and Paris with the U.S. Army Mapping Unit.
Founded FALCON PRESS in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Appointed Director of Typography, Philadelphia College of Art, now University of the Arts.
Published DOORWAY TO PORTUGUESE with Aloisio Magalhães. Visited Brazil as guest of the Brazilian Government.
Published DOORWAY TO BRASILIA with Aloisio Magalhães.
Published THE WORLD OF KAFKA AND CUEVAS with Louis Glessman.
Published THE NOTEBOOKS AND DRAWINGS OF LOUIS I. KAHN with Richard Saul Wurman. Member of Board of Directors , Print Club Philadelphia, PA. Appointed Associate Professor, Graphic Arts, Graduate School of Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
Published NEW YORK WEST SIDE SKYLINE.
Awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for Research in Photo-Offset Lithography. Designed SPOT BOOK, A PORTFOLIO OF ANIMAL PRINTS published by the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Commissioned to design poster of Philadelphia Museum of Art for Haas Community Fund. Commisioned to design and produce a series of prints on Plexiglas for the Philadelphia Board of Education.
Designed MULTIPLES, THE FIRST DECADE , published by the Philadelphia Museum of Art.