Born in 1951. Ran the Bluefeather School of Languages in Dublin for twenty-five years.
Literary fiction includes "The Attendant" and "The Traveller's Son", formerly published with Smashwords under the titles 'Who Cares' and 'Lazarus'. "The Blossoms of the Apricot" is a novel based in Lemuria and Atlantis.
"The Amazing Stairway of Light" was written in collaboration with the mystic and spiritual teacher, Lilla Bek.
"The Return" is an investigation into the afterlife. The memoir "Remember When" spans seven incarnations lived in three different continents by the author and his wife from the 13th century to 2007. Full-length plays include "The Gilgamesh Prism", set in Iraq during the American invasion; "The Many Worlds Theory" and "Adam Smith & Co."
"Boulevard du Temple" is a collection of short stories. "Reflections" is a selection of poems.