He came from Kovno, Lithuania. He was working as a lawyer in Poland until WWI. He later lived in Paris until WWII. He edited the daily newspaper Morgenblat (Morning newspaper) in Warsaw (1906) for seventeen days’ worth of issues. Prior to WWII, he also contributed to Parizer haynt (Paris today). He died in the concentration camp of Drancy, France.
Sources: Zalmen Reyzen, Leksikon fun der yidisher literatur un prese (Biographical dictionary of Yiddish literature and the press) (Warsaw, 1914), col. 712; Z. Shaykovski, Yidn in frankraykh (Jews in France), vol. 1 (New York, 1942), p. 252; M. Grosman, Fun noentn over 2 (1956), p. 6.