I’ve always considered myself a Jack-of-all-Trades, able to work with and on nearly everything, big or small. This, combined with practical and dependable farm-boy roots from rural Nova Scotia has given me an ideal foundation for taking on life, challenges, and whatever curve ball is thrown my way.
After working in a variety of kitchens in Halifax, I headed back to school, lunchbox in hand, to find a love of photography and graphic design I didn’t know existed. Shiny new skills in hand and a desire to expand on those skills (even taking on projects beyond my skills and learning how on-the-fly) I set out to join the workforce. Since then, I’ve worked at a busy downtown printshop, as production artist for an international resort company and helped to organize and create a weekly Farmers’ Market in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
I now reside in St. John’s, Newfoundland where I’ve developed a great appreciation for snow and a knack for
growing tropical plants in my bathroom.
The plant, Señor Banana, has since died.
Once held the title of "Market Heartthrob" due to kids of friends swooning over me at the Farmers' Market.
At one point I had three ex-girlfriends living in Montreal. I've never lived in Montreal. Not sure I should try now.
Once believed that everyone had a "major" accident as a kid and sent to the hospital. Was almost shocked upon meeting someone that had never been to the hospital.
Much to the surprise of every girlfriend I've ever had, I've never watched The Princess Bride.
Loves German Shepherds; probably attributed to watching untold episodes of The Littlest Hobo.
In Photography I at the Nova Scotia Community College, I was just shy of top of the class by 0.1%. Catherine and I are still good friends however.