First Prize, National Industrial Exhibition, "Rand Easter Show," South Africa.
Studied under Sir Anthony Caro, at St. Martin's School of Art, London, Art (currently a part of Central Saint Martin's College of Art and Design), alongside Phillip King, William Tucker, David Annesley and Michael Bolus.
Married Thelma Appel (later divorced).
Worked as apprentice to Henry Moore, executing at least five major commissions (including the Locking Piece and the Arch at MoMA), and overseeing installations and restoration of Moore's works around the world.
Sculpture Instructor, Maidstone College of Art, London, United Kingdom.
Professor of Sculpture, St. Martin's School of Art, London, United Kingdom.
Sculpture Instructor, Ravensbourne College of Art, London, United Kingdom.
First Prize, "Prix de La Ville de Paris", IV Paris Biennale, Paris, France.
Worked with community of artists known as "The Green Mountain boys" including Kenneth Noland, Helen Frankenthaler, Larry Poons, Paul Feeley, Jules Olitski and art critic Clement Greenberg until the late 1970's.
Emigrated to the Unites States.
Artist in Residence, Bennington College, Vermont.
Became an American citizen.
Professor, Parsons School of Design, New York, New York.
Artist in Residence, Johnson Atelier, Princeton, New Jersey.
Visiting Professor, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont.
New Jersey State Council on the Arts Grant.
Moved to a farm in Pemberton, New Jersey.
Member of Bennington College Art Collection Committee.
Member of Yale University Art Advisory Committee.
Sculpture Professor, Philadelphia College of Art, Pennsylvania.
Board Member, International Sculpture Center (ISC).
Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation Grant.
Member, National Academy, New York, New York.
Member, Royal Society of British Sculptors.
Sculpture Professor, Burlington County Community College, New Jersey.
State of New Jersey Art Achievement Award, Burlington County College Foundation, New Jersey.