He came from Lithuania. He made his way to South Africa and became a farmer. He was a contributor to Der afrikaner (The African) in Johannesburg, 1911-1913. Among other things, he published a series of articles on Jewish farming in South Africa, in which he described Jewish life on African soil. The series was a contribution to the history of the Jewish community.
Source: L. Feldman, Yidn in yohanesburg (Jews in Johannesburg) (Johannesburg, 1956).