Emotionally illustrating American history with culturally diverse and too often marginalized working class portraits.

Focuses: Women & Children, Appalachia, Rust Belt communities, the Great Northern Migration; Eastern European, Asian & Jewish Immigrations; Native American, Mexican, Inuit, Indigenous & Canadian Border families; Enslaved African & African American societies; the Differently Abled; and the documentation of Labor Abuses including Unsafe Working Conditions & Systemic Abuse in Prisons, Orphanages and Asylums. 


Primary Source Dealer, Author, Archive Consultant, Auction Cataloger, Lecturer, & most recently exhibited at Connecticut College as 2023 Krane Collector in Residency. 

Ephemera Society of America (ESA) & Antique Dealers Association of America (ADA) member. 


My work can be found in leading private & public archives including the Smithsonian network of museums, Harvard's Houghton Library, the William L. Clements Library at the University of Michigan & the Leonard A. Lauder Collection of Postcards held at the Boston MFA.