He was from Brin (Brno), a Hebrew poet from the first half of the nineteenth century. He contributed to Bikure haitim (First fruits). He was the author of Yesode halashon, oder di kunst dikduk ivrit, laykht und hilfe aynes lehrers tsu erlernen (Foundations of the language, or the art of the grammar of Hebrew, simple and aid to teachers for instruction) (Vienna, 1813), 79 pp., second edition (Vienna, 1832).
Sources: Zalmen Reyzen, Leksikon, vol. 2; The Jewish Encyclopedia, vol. 9 (New York, London, 1925).