I attended the University at Albany where I was a four year member of the football team under head coach Bob Ford. I started my college football career as a tight end but moved to the offensive line (C/G) in my sophomore year. I later became a starter at Center. While at Albany, we won the Northeast Conference championship in my junior (2002) and senior (2003) years.
I also played one year of lacrosse at the University at Albany under head coach Scott Marr.
After college I attended and graduated from Albany Law School and passed the New York State Bar Exam.
I am currently an Assistant District Attorney in the Rockland County District Attorney's Office and have been with the District Attorney's Office since August 2007.
I recently got married on August 1, 2009 to my wife Jaime. We now live in Valley Cottage, New York.
In the spring and summer I work part time as a lacrosse official.