|Born 1934. The Hill School, 1952.
Wellington College, England, 1953. Princeton University, A.B., 1957.
U.S. Naval Officer's School, 1957. Boston Museum School, M. F. A. in
painting and print making, 1964.
|Teaching Experience: Tufts University, Art History,
instructor 1963-64. Part-time art instructor Milton Academy, 1964.
Photographer-in-Residence, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA 1965-66.
Instructor of print-making, Worcester, Museum School, 1965. Assistant
Professor of photography, MIT, 1966-71. Occasional lecturer, Boston
Museum School 1967-68. Lecturer, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design,
1975. Conducted several traveling photographic workshops at MIT
1966-71. Held annual private workshops in watercolor and pastel on
Nantucket 1985-96 as well as summer painting workshops in Nova Scotia
|Exhibitions: Artwork included in group shows at
Newport, RI Artists Association 195960 as well as Artists Association of
Nantucket exhibitions 1960-96. Included in group exhibitions Museum of
Fine Arts, Boston, 1964 and R.I. S.D. 1. gallery show Providence, RI,
1968. MIT gallery exhibition 1978-79. One-person shows at Addison
Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA 1966, creative photography gallery,
MIT 1976 and Little Gallery, Nantucket 1960-96. Private gallery shows
include Main St. Gallery, Nantucket 1985, Sailors Valentine Gallery,
Nantucket 1993, and South Warf Gallery, Nantucket 1994-95. Work shown
off-island at the Left Bank Gallery, Wellfleet, MA and the Cooley
Gallery, Old Lyme, Conn. Work published in "The Review, Cape Cod's
Arts & Antiques Magazine," Summer 1991 and "Nantucket Magazine,"
Summer 1996. Completed various photographic and art illustration
assignments for Canadian and American yachting magazines (1970-1978).
Participated in 1998 in the Mystic Maritime Gallery (Connecticut) annual
international marine exhibition.
|Professional: Officer in charge of art unit at U.S.
Navy Base, Newport, RI 1957-60. Documentary Photographer for Operation
Crossroads-Africa and Peace Corps in Africa 1963, Photographic,
assignments in Western Europe 1964. Photographed and published
privately a book, Margaree, Photographs of Cape Breton 1980.
Subject of Canadian Nation Film Board feature film, Margaree People,
1976. Entire I 0-year Canadian documentary project purchased by
Canadian National Archives, 1980.
|Collections: Included in collections of the Addison
Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA, Canadian Nation Film Board Stills
Division, Art Bank of Canada, and Canadian National Archives, as well as
in numerous private collection in U.S., Canada, and Europe.
|Maritime Experience: Lived 45 years on Nantucket,
involved in fishing, sailing, and painting marine subjects. 1970-1980
lived on Nova Scotian Farm next to the sea and chartered my schooner for
sailing and fishing ventures. Four ocean sailing races, various
bare-boat charters in Greece, Bahamas, and Leeward Islands.