Hi, I'm a freelance journalist based in Ontario, Canada.

 

I've also: flipped hamburgers, mowed lawns, sold computers, refereed, turned wrenches, worked as a rent-a-cop, cut prescription lenses, driven a forklift, been elbow-deep in chicken innards, discovered the tenacity of rats, managed a team of employees, and been vomited on. 

My reporting on everything from agriculture to politics regularly appears in community publications under the Metroland-Torstar and Midwestern News banners, and in The Community Edition

My photography has appeared on The Guardian, and in Briarpatch magazine.

Honors & Awards

2019 OCNA Honourable Mention, Best Rural Story 

2019 OPA Media Award

Featured

Joanna Goodman's national best-seller, The Home for Unwanted Girls, was chosen by Waterloo Region's One Book One Community for 2019. I caught up with Goodman, who in addition to being a two-time national best-selling author, is also a business owner, a mother, and a wife - talk about a powerhouse of a woman. 
I documented the infamous Ezra Avenue on St. Patrick's Day in 2016, to better understand youth drinking culture and why the unsanctioned party has gained international notoriety and become a "right of passage" in the university city of Waterloo, Canada.

Recent

More Stuff

Farming the old(ish) way, New Hamburg Independent, 2019
Makeup artist sets sights on Hollywood, The Community Edition, 2019
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