Born in Germany in 1933.
Studied woodcarving for three years.
Resident of Toronto, Ontario.
Studied sculpture with Dora de Pedery Hunt at Northern Vocational.
Exhibited with the Sculptors Society of Canada (S.S.C.) and Ontario Society of Artists (O.S.A.) at the Ontario Art Gallery/ Toronto, Quebec City and other galleries throughout Canada.
Became a member of the S.S.C. after participating in the first open-air sculpture exhibition at the Stratford Festival in 1965.
Held first one-man show at the Art Gallery of the Canadian
Handicraft Guild in 1967.
1969: Worked and exhibited at the old sculpture studio on the
grounds of the Guild Inn, Scarborough, Ontario.
Held first one-man exhibition in Cleveland, Ohio in 1973.
1975: Participated in the international exhibition of contemporary
medals (FIDEM) at Cracow, Poland.
1977: Participated in the international exhibition of contemporary
medals (FIDEM) in Budapest, Hungary.
1978: Won first prize again at the annual art exhibition staged
by the Friends of Acapulco in Acapulco Gro., Mexico.
1979: Participated in the international exhibition of contemporary
medals (FIDEM) in Lisbon, Portugal.
1980: Held his first one-man exhibition in Mexico City at the Galeria Art de Coleccionistas.
1983: Was commissioned to sculpture a life-size statue of the late Avelino Gomez, famous jockey of North America.
1984: Carved from wood a life-size Jesus to be placed suspended from the ceiling of the newly restored Cathedral Church of St. James in Chicago, Illinois.
1986: Designed and modeled the trophy depicting the Saddledome of Calgary, Alberta for the Calgary Cup Games (Olympic preliminary games).
1987: Was commissioned to design the Marshall Macluhan Distinguished Teacher Award Medallion.
1989: Held a showing again at the Lyford Cay Gallery in Nassau, Bahamas under the distinguished patronage of the U.S. Ambassador to the Bahamas.
1991: Was commissioned to create seven large Canada Geese for the Blue Waterbridge Authority in Sarnia, Ontario.
1994: Was commissioned to design the Fred Gardiner Award for
the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto.
1998: Was commissioned by Soheil Mosun Ltd. of Toronto to enlarge
18 US coins to the size of 3' in diameter each for the US mint.