He came from Lodz and worked as a weaver. He published poetry in Lodz publications and also in the collection Varshever shriftn (Warsaw writings) (1927). His poems had an impact on Yiddish literary circles in Lodz. He also a roused a sensation in the Lodz press for his public opposition to the well-known Lodz textile magnate Osher Kohn. With Nazi Germany’s invasion of Poland, he was in Bialystok. His subsequent fate remains unknown.
Sources: N. Taykh, in Unzer lodzh (Our Lodz) (Buenos Aires, 1954); Y. Goldkorn, in Zayn (New York) (May 1962); Goldkorn, Lodzher portretn, umgekumene yidishe shrayber un tipn (Lodz portraits, murdered Yiddish writers and types) (Tel Aviv, 1963), pp. 168-73.