By day, downtown immigration lawyer for musicians, actors,
and dancers; by night, uptown artist.
30 years ago as a young lawyer, one of my first clients was a
Japenese Jazz painist Toru Dodo.
Before becoming a lawyer I was a painter myself, having attended Cornell,
I put aside painting to raise two daughters and help pay the bills,
but I never stopped dreaming about getting back to painting.
Recently I finally did, and I have been fortunate enough to display my work internationally.
Currently I moved uptown and found myself surrounded by Jazz.