At the end of the nineteenth century, he lived in Leeds, England, where he was an active leader in the trade union movement of the clothing industry. He was also active in the anarchist movement in England. He contributed articles to the London anarchist newspaper Arbayter fraynd (Friend of labor). Biographical details remain unknown.
Source: R. Roker, In shturem (In the storm) (Buenos Aires, 1952), see index.