1975 to 1976: Member of the Naples Archaeological Society/Naples National Archaeological Museum. Part time excavator with a volunteer team doing rescue archaeology at the site near Lago di Patria (the purported but unverified location of Scipio Africanus's villa) in Campania, Italy.
1977 to 1987: Volunteer and Consultant to various non-profit humanitarian and arts organizations. Member of the Board of Governors of the Copley Society, Boston, 1985 to 1986.
1982 to 1991: Painter/Sculptor with various single and group gallery shows. Works of art are in many collections, including the Permanent Collection of the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum*; the collections of the Rt. Hon. Margaret H. Thatcher of the United Kingdom (1982); Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts (1983); HRH Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden (1983); HSH Prince Rainier III of Monaco (1985); Huntswoman and Couturier Lady "Molly" Cusack Smith of Galway, Ireland (1987).
* The painting received special verbal praise from the White House Curator. This and a companion painting were created in 1989 specifically to be presented to President Ronald Reagan. However this was changed, instead the painting was presented to President George H. W. Bush at the White House in Feb. of 1991. Titled KATA II (Knight 2), it is part of a series of oil on canvas paintings done in two different styles (the Steppenvolk Series). It depicts a 3rd C. BC Scythian archer that is facing the viewer on a rearing horse in profile. The companion painting titled KATA I (Knight 1) depicts a 3rd C. BC Scythian lancer in profile leaning forward on a charging horse. This painting was last known to be in a private Parisian art collection. Many of the other paintings of that series were last known to be in an important private art collection in the outskirts of Paris.
1982 to 1987: Conducted independent studies of Central Asian cultures and history.
1984 to 1986: Fashion Model with the Hart Agency, Boston. Rate Model for various magazine and catalogue assignments.
1985: With the High Patronage of HSH Prince Rainier III of Monaco and various notables, created and produced the "Surrealist Ball," a fundraiser for the French Symphony of Boston given at the Lafayette Hotel (now the Hyatt Regency), Boston. The event was in fact the first time that the name Surrealist Ball had been used. That name is now referred to for several famed previous surrealist dinner events, it is currently used internationally.
1991: Selected as a Potential Combat Artist for the U.S. Marine Corps Historical Division.
1991 to 2004: Independent then Cooperative Volunteer for obtaining official recognition, then "full recognition" of Gulf War Syndrome (GWS, aka Gulf War Illness, GWI). 1994 to 2004 independently provided information to government (high level), military, veteran, and medical circles of one of the most effective (if not the most effective) GWS treatment protocols known at that time.
1996 to 2018: Military Advisor to the Institute of Molecular Medicine (IMMED), a non-profit medical research institute located in Huntington Beach, CA.
1997 to 2000: President of the South Carolina chapter of the Arts and Humanitarian service club Amitie Sans Frontieres International headquartered in Monaco. Presented the Gold Medal of Office by HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco at the Sporting Club in 1997. 1998 to 2001: American Representative to the Council of Administration of Amitie Sans Frontieres International.
2000 to Present: Creator of jewelry designs that incorporate reproductions of artifacts from the Roman legions.
2001 to Present: Obtained and researched artifacts that appear to validate a Roman Era connection to the Medieval legends of King Arthur.
2002 to Present: Founded Roman Officer Arts and Design as a corporation doing internet sales of jewelry and to display my private collection to the public. Artifacts from this collection have been published in the Teaching Company DVD "Experiencing Rome"; the books "The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Swords and Sabres;" "Roman Buckles and Military Fittings;" "Pugio - Gladius Brevis Est: History and Technology of the Roman Battle Dagger" (BAR International Series 2404), the cover of "The Death of Caesar" by Barry Strauss that includes a German edition, and the Italian magazine FENIX, as well as other various magazines and many newspapers articles.
1998: Speaker for ASFI to HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco at the Sporting Club, Monaco.
2007: Speaker to the II International Conference of Arthurian Studies at Terme Stufe di Nerone, Baia, Italy.
2010: Special Guest Speaker to the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines Vietnam Reunion Group at the Holiday Inn Riverwalk, San Antonio, Texas.
2011: Speaker for IMMED to Artists For The Walking Wounded, at the Raleigh Hotel, Miami South Beach, Florida.
1998: Personal Letter of Appreciation from HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco.
1999: Letter of Appreciation from Sergeant at Arms Robert Johnson New Hampshire House of Representatives.
2004: "The Living Legend Of King Arthur (The Sacred Blood of San Gennaro)", presented at an Arthurian conference at the University of Ruhr in Bochum, Germany and published with other papers in the book "King Arthur: Tra storia e leggenda" by Athena Press, presented by Gerald Bernhard and edited by Mario de Matteis and Antonio Trinchese.
2007: "The Saxon Ring of King Arthur as War god and Navigator" presented to the II International Conference of Arthurian Studies, Baia, Italy, also presented was a concept that the Roman Parazonium may have been an inspiration for the legendary sword Excalibur. The papers of the conference are published in the book titled "Lo Re Artu k'avemo perduto" by Athena Press and edited by Mario de Matteis and Antonio Trinchese, with prefaces by Franco Cardini and with collaboration of Giuliana Pianura.
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