Television and Film
Writer and Researcher
In April 1996 I joined the crew of Life on the Internet, a groundbreaking television series broadcast by PBS and Discovery Canada. I was responsible for the content for six episodes of this early examination of the Internet’s impact on society. This led to writing, researching and providing visual research for over 40 documentary television shows and series.
Researcher and writer on 20 episodes of Foodessence documentary television series, an examination of why we eat what we eat, produced by Salter Street Films for the Life Network.
Visual researcher for The Nightmare Factory, produced by Ruby Tree Films.
Researcher and interviewer for As We Appear: The Story of Erica Rutherford, produced by Creative Atlantic for Global Television.
Researcher and interviewer for I Prophecy, Tesla Conspiracy, produced by Ruby Tree Films.
Researcher of international award-winning documentary, Counterfeit Culture, produced by Tell Tale Productions.
Researcher of Zoo Revolution, produced by Dream Street Pictures.
Researcher of Bounty: Into the Hurricane, produced by Tell Tale Productions.
Researcher of award-winning documentary, Body Language Decoded, produced by Tell Tale Productions.
Story producer of Atlantic stories on the national series, Keeping Canada Safe, and Keeping Canada Alive, broadcast on CBC in 2016 and 2017, produced by Force Four Entertainment.
Researcher on How TV Changed the World, produced by Tell Tale Productions.
Researcher on Decoding Life: The Epigenetic Revolution, by Ruby Tree Films.
Researcher on soon-to-be-released Assholes: A Theory, based on the book by philosopher Aaron James, produced by John Walker Productions (featuring John Cleese!).