I am an award-winning journalist, author and photographer interested in exploring the world around me. I like long road trips and obscure music.
Since May 2017, I have been writing, reporting and photographing people and happenings throughout southwestern Ontario for the Listowel Banner, the Wingham Advance Times, the Walkerton Herald-Times and the Kincardine Independent.
One of the articles which I wrote while studying journalism at Conestoga College caught some buzz online and was published in an extended format as Buzzcocks: The Lasting Influence of Pete Shelley by the Portland Oregon based publisher Microcosm Publishing. I look forward to more long-form publishing of my work. Click my first link to order a copy from the publisher.
After studying at both Mohawk and Conestoga College I received my journalism diploma in April 2019. Since then, I have been busy writing, researching, photographing, editing and accepting awards recognizing my work.
I have learned to manage my time efficiently, meet deadlines, pitch fresh ideas and adapt to new responsibilities.
Unfortunately some of the examples of my work posted here do not offer the photographs published with the stories originally as they are trapped behind paywalls. I am attempting to show examples of the work I do for free. If you hit a paywall please let me know so I can seek out an alternative source for the story.