My training began when I became an apprentice at the Johnson Atelier Technical Institute of Sculpture in New Jersey. There I studied under the renowned sculptor Andrzej Pitynski, learning each of the skills required to take a sculpture from maquette to finished bronze monument. The sculptures in my portfolio range in scale from life-size to monumental. Many are portrait bronzes: from Civil Rights figures Medgar Evers, Rosa Parks and Sojourner Truth, to jazz legend John Coltrane, Supreme Court Justice William Brennan, Lakota Sioux Chief Frank Fools Crow and others. I work exclusively by commission, creating public monuments and memorials to historical figures and events. I am well-versed in choreographing the movement and installation of monumental bronzes cross-country. Without exception my commissions have been delivered on time, within budget, and to my clients’ and the public’s complete satisfaction.