I was born in the City of Brotherly Love, grew up on the North Shore of Boston and went to college in Washington, DC. I lived in and around New York City before spending a decade in Charleston, SC. I spent another decade in Seattle but due to family illnesses I’m now back east caring for my aging mom.

At 40, I gave myself five years to pursue art instead of income. I created Big Mama’s Kitchen in that time and became even more aware of the need to find like minded collaborators to bring my sustainable visions to life.

I continue my quest to find my tribe. But, to make a living, I offer my many years of varied administrative experience through bookkeeping services with special discounts for green entrepreneurs and film/video professionals.