I'm a bilingual (English/français) journalist based in Montreal, Quebec. While my home is now in the city, I grew up in the countryside outside the small village of Stirling, Ontario.
I am a multimedia journalist, meaning that I craft and produce stories for digital/print, radio and video/TV. I also often shoot and edit my own video content.
I'm currently working as a freelancer, covering a range of topics ranging from human rights to wildlife conservation. I previously spent eight years as a reporter for CBC News, with my work airing regularly on the national broadcaster's regional and national programming including TV, radio, web and social media.
In my career I've had the opportunity to explore much of Quebec and parts of Nunavik, covering a range of stories: I've reported live from flood zones, corruption trials, and election nights; I've been on the frontlines of protests during Quebec's Printemps érable and the G7 summit; I've even crawled through a newly opened ice-age cavern beneath Montreal.
If you have a pitch don't hesitate to get in touch!
A selection of my latest stories