I attended Michigan State University where I graduated Magna Cum Laude in Anthropology and Art History.  In 1968, I published a technical paper, "Doric Temple Proportions" in the American Journal of Archaeology. As a graduate student, I did archaeological field work and museum display design for the Mackinac Island State Park, as well as display work for private museums. After graduating, I moved to Colorado where I continued to work as an archaeologist in the Western United States before entering the corporate world as a computer programmer and senior test engineer. 

Today, I live with my wife, Jane, and our three kids (Elliot, Anderson, and Elizabeth) in Lone Tree, Colorado. I currently spend much of my time as a watercolor artist. My paintings have been shown in galleries and online competitions where I have placed as a finalist in several.

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