I was born in Connecticut in 1957.
I grew-up on both coasts and in Europe.
I live in the New York City Metropolitan area.
I’ve made a living as a hotdog vendor at professional ball games, and as a carpenter, and as a cabinet maker, and as a building contractor, and as an executive at a big corporation, and as a writer, and as a photographer, and as a commercial real estate broker, and as the owner of a Midtown Manhattan real estate brokerage, which I still own and operate. I am now trying to find a manufacturer for an invention I’ve patented while I try to secure patents for other inventions.
In high school I promised myself that I would publish a book before I die. At least two-thirds of my life is past. Accordingly, I have named this blog “The Final Third.” This is where I am collecting my writings as a first step to keeping that promise to myself.