Howard Goldberg graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia (Filmmaking and Painting) and also studied at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at New York University. He received a Sundance Institute Fellowship, where he developed the feature film “EDEN,” which he wrote and directed. “EDEN” was in the Dramatic Competition at the Sundance Film Festival and played successfully all over the world.

He wrote and directed the cult feature film "APPLE PIE" and wrote (book, music, lyrics) and directed the Off-Broadway musical "BUSKERS." He directed one of the first rock videos, Rod Stewart's "SAILING," for Warner Bros. Records and wrote the novel "THE KING OF CLUBS" (Parthenon Press). 

His drawings and sculptures are in many private collections. Among his works is “THE JESTER,” an eight-foot tall bronze bas-relief on the tower of a landmark building. A fine art book of his drawings (Morgan Press) is in the permanent collections of many libraries.


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