Attended Trade School in Budapest, Hungary from 1964 to 1967, where he specialized in upholstery. He was an apprentice during that time in an upholstery shop under the instruction of a Master Upholsterer,
Woodworker, Restorer, who specialized in antiques. From 1967 to 1969 he attended another trade
school which focused on woodworking. He was able to apply these new skills while continuing his apprenticeship
with the same Master Upholsterer. After two years of service in the Hungarian Army, he continued his
education at a community college, learning Antique History and Restoration for three more years. During
these three years, he continued on with the Master Upholsterer perfecting his skills and expanding his knowledge.
At the conclusion of his schooling, he was granted the Hungarian Upholstery Master License. A few years of working
in the field, he opened his own Upholstery Shop in downtown Budapest in 1979.