I love telling stories, particularly long-form stories that involve history, the environment, crime, or quirky people. Recently I have started my own podcast titled “The Missing and Unexplained Podcast” which primarily looks at missing persons cases and in the future will delve into other topics. You can listen to the podcast here. You can also listen to the podcast anywhere you get your podcasts.
I also regularly appear on the Nighttime Podcast where I often talk crime. I have appeared as a guest on other podcasts as well, including the famous Unsolved Mysteries Podcast. You can listen to those episodes here.
I’ve also written for outlets like VICE Canada and CBC in the past. You can find some of my written work here.
One of my VICE stories was turned into a documentary by CBC. You can watch that here.
Most importantly, I am a passionate and unapologetic fan of the Seattle Seahawks.
Here’s some stuff you don’t really need to know, but I am going to share anyway:
- Certificate in journalism from Langara College (2014)
- Master of Arts in History from the University of Waterloo (2013)
- Bachelor of Arts in History (minor in English) from Carleton University (2011)
Accolades (so far):
- The Jeani Read-Michael Mercer Fellowship from Langara College (2014)