I graduated Loyalist College's Journalism Online, Print and Broadcast program with a three-year advanced diploma in the spring of 2017.
This online portfolio's purpose is to showcase my journalism work.
I'm the owner of Lime Stone House Media, a licensed company that I created to brand my work.
I am part-owner / online marketing coordinator for JB Premium Raw, a raw and dehydrated dog food company based out of Stirling, Ontario.
I am the online marketing coordinator for Donovan Plumbing and Pumps, a plumbing company based out of Frankford, Ontario.
I'm also the marketing coordinator for Paintings By Barry Argyle, a website which sells paintings online.
I am the creator and operator for all three websites.
BELLEVILLE – There are many reasons people choose to hunt.
BELLEVILLE – For local farmers, this year’s record-breaking drought made for a very dry growing season.
BELLEVILLE – A local Belleville man is starting a website which sells eco-friendly products manufactured in the Quinte area. - See more at: http://www.qnetnews.ca/?p=66094#sthash.AYaTuU2c.dpuf
BELLEVILLE – A local hunter called police after he said he caught two people from Toronto trespassing on a property to hunt rabbit this morning.
BELLEVILLE – It was only five months after his graduation from Loyalist College that Randy Vincent’s life changed forever. - See more at: http://www.qnetnews.ca/?p=75820#sthash.gipkZCVX.dpuf
STIRLING – Every Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. the Stirling-Rawdon Public Library hosts free genealogy sessions for people to explore their family history. - See more at: http://www.qnetnews.ca/?p=69355#sthash.beSfwLBG.dpuf
BELLEVILLE – After serving as a federal MP for more than a decade, Daryl Kramp has won the provincial Progressive Conservative nomination for the Hastings-Lennox and Addington riding.
BELLEVILLE – People in Belleville were in the Christmas spirit Wednesday night as they braved the cold weather to watch the Salvation Army band play live at Belleville’s Christmas by the Pier, but they were also reminded there are many in the community who are in need during the holiday season.
BELLEVILLE – Evan Lyons, a 16-year-old from Frankford, Ont. has been playing hockey since he was five, and likes to play a physical game.
BELLEVILLE – Belleville city council has voted to move forward to the second phase of the Build Belleville project, but not without a heated debate.
BELLEVILLE – The head of Belleville’s Chamber of Commerce had two special announcements to make about this summer’s Waterfront and Ethnic Festival at a presentation at city hall Thursday. - See more at: http://www.qnetnews.ca/?p=74341#sthash.tPWAk1wN.dpuf
BELLEVILLE — The city of Belleville says the concrete that fell from the arches of the Bridge Street bridge last Thursday does not mean there are structural concerns with the bridge. - See more at: http://www.qnetnews.ca/?p=70114#sthash.8euPhyIs.dpuf
BELLEVILLE – “I’m cold as hell,” puffed Quintin Jolliffe as he crossed the finish line, dripping in paint, at Loyalist College’s charitable outdoor obstacle course last week. - See more at: http://www.qnetnews.ca/?p=73383#sthash.jdkbbNBL.dpuf
BELLEVILLE – Angus Argyle brings you the latest news and sports from the Quinte region on 91X. The latest stories include “Sleep Out, so Others Can Sleep In” has returned for the 9th year, suicide prevention session going on in Stirling, and flood warnings in effect in Glen Ross and Frankford. - See more at: http://www.qnetnews.ca/?p=68156#sthash.tf0XYZYK.dpuf
BELLEVILLE –Angus Argyle brings you the latest news and sports from the Quinte region on 91X. The latest stories include the Trenton Golden Hawks goaltender moves up, lowering prescription drugs across Canada, and the Conservatives choose a date for selecting new leader. Audio Player - See more at: http://www.qnetnews.ca/?p=68163#sthash.VWvWtHYQ.dpuf
BELLEVILLE –Angus Argyle brings you the latest news and sports from the Quinte region on 91X. The latest stories include Loyalist students traveled to Afghanistan, virus found in Ottawa hospital affecting newborns, and the Tim Bosma trial begins, and court searches for people who failed to appear for jury duty. - See more at: http://www.qnetnews.ca/?p=68238#sthash.DpLOWhFL.dpuf