Active in the 1980s-90s, East Village performance art, theater, and rock scene, his serial, The Onyx Fool ran for three months at the legendary club 8 BC . In 2016, its archive became part of the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Archive of American Art in Washington DC . Later years have a seen a turn towards visual art and music.
His work as a performer, and/or creator, has been shown at numerous venues including: The Pyramid Club, CBGBs, Luna Lounge, The Kitchen, BAM, La Mama, Theater For The New City (all in NYC) , and The Mark Taper Theater Complex in LA. His visual art including the Modern Venus series has been shown at numerous galleries in New York, and on the Art or Something Like it TV program, as well as Consolidated Works and Town Hall in Seattle, where they were featured in the 1st and 2nd Seattle Erotic Arts Festival. His illustrated book Peter Pigeon of Snug Harbor won the 2006 COAHSI Award for Literary Excellence sponsored by JP Morgan Chase and Poets & Writers, as an unpublished manuscript. It was published in 2009 by Rocky Hollow Press. His conceptual art piece, The Forgotten History of Staten Island (about the unreliability of history), was sponsored by the New York State Council of the Arts (NYSCA). It appeared on the streets of New York City in 2011-12. In 2013 he founded the Campaign to Keep Baltimore Inexplicable, a consciousness–raising conceptual art endeavor. Activity in the Baltimore/DC area over the past few years has included exhibitions (drawing) at Gallery CA and (street photography) at the Gateway Arts Center, as well as music gigs at Sidebar and Reverb.