I guess you can only be an artist for so long and avoid writing a bio, so here goes...
I’ve lived in Nyack for over 20 years- during that time I’ve kept busy as the:
•Co-founder and director of Rivertown Film and the co-creator and director of the Rockland Short and Student Film Festival
•Co-founder and co-director of the Back Door Cafe, a music and arts venue designed and run by local tees for local teens.
•Director of the Nyack Center After School Program
•Co-founder and director of LEAP- Liberty Elementary After School Program
All of which happened with a whole lotta help by a whole lotta people and reminded me over and over again why I love Nyack!
Along the way, I am grateful to have been recognized by the:
ARTS COUNCIL OF ROCKLAND COUNTY EXECUTIVE ARTS AWARD
for Supporter of the Arts and Best Arts Organization for Rivertown Films
To read an interview I did with Pete Kramer of the Journal News click here.
For the past several years I was an artist-in-residence at the Edward Hopper House Art Center, where I created a semi-annual multimedia village-wide celebration called HOPPER HAPPENS as well as a produced a series of Films in the Garden.
My multi-media installations have been known to pop-up in diners, factories, elevator shafts, street corners and yes, galleries around Rockland and NYC.
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