I began my art studies at the Art Students League, NYC. I studied landscape painting and ocular neurology at Hampshire College. I furthered my studies at the Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, Mass., the Parsons School of Design, NYC, and the Skowhegan School, E. Madison, Maine. I have worked on TV, film and theatre projects and my artwork has exhibited widely. In 1997 I co-wrote and co-curated the exhibit, "Direct From Broadway, A 200-Year History of New York City Theatre," for the Paine-Weber Gallery space, NYC. I've written published articles on the subject of NYC and its theatre. I taught graduate level NYC theatre history and musical theatre history as an adjunct professor at Columbia University. In 2010 I wrote a book entitled The Hammersteins - A Musical Theatre Family, a multi-generational portrait of his family's theatrical legacy. I continue to lecture frequently at universities, institutes, and theatrical and civic organizations on my family's pivotal role in shaping the development of musical theatre and popular entertainment in this country from the 1860's to the present. And I still paint every day.
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