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 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.
Almost always carrying a leatherman, pen, keys, phone, and wallet.
Loves German Shepherds; probably attributed to watching untold episodes of The Littlest Hobo.
Attended six different elementary schools.
At one point I had three ex-girlfriends living in Montreal. I've never lived in Montreal. Not sure I should try now.
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.