I’m born and raised Torontonian, currently living in Toronto, Canada. Back in the day, I did my undergrad degree in philosophy with a minor in computer programming. That seems like a long time ago, now. I have broad ranging interests: from playing guitar, to meditation, writing and photography. I also like the outdoors: canoe tripping being my favorite thing, along with hiking the Bruce Trail. For 15+ years I’ve been freelancing in two main areas: web development and audio production.
I started first in print and web design, but over time, added programming to my skillset. I like being able to see a project from end-to-end, and add features and functionality custom to my clients’ needs. I work primarily with small to mid-sized companies and non-profits from all sectors of the economy. I like the variety and I like helping people accomplish their goals.
My company is called Sullivan Street Communication. Just as the cobbler’s kids have no shoes, I have not updated my company site in years.
Another area where I offer freelance services is in audio production. I help organizations create podcasts that sound great and keep listeners’ interest. I have produced radio documentaries, hosted a music radio show on Toronto Public Radio, and developed a couple of podcast series’ of my own.