Born 1911, in Yarmouth Nova Scotia.
At seventeen he ran away from school and went to Philadelphia where he became friends with and apprenticed to Charles Bell a sports and editorial cartoonist for the Inquirer [Philadelphia].
He returned to Yarmouth and opened a commercial art studio. He joined the army during World War Two and worked for several armed forces publications. After the war he worked briefly as a sports cartoonist for the Chronicle- Star [Halifax]. In 1955 he joined the Times-Transcript [Moncton] as a staff cartoonist.
BOOK GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:
Content editorial cartoon:
The Art of Political Cartooning in Canada/1980. Ed., Steve Bradley. For., Robert LaPalme. Virgo Press, Oct. 1980: 61, 96
The Hecklers. Writ. & Ed.., Peter Desbarates & Terry Mosher. McClelland & Stewart Ltd., 1979: 243.