Canadian freelance arts, culture and travel journalist based in Cologne, Germany.

Outlets include Los Angeles Times, Globe & Mail, The Financial Times, Time Out New York, Hemispheres and Rhapsody (United Airlines)

PRs: I'd very much like to hear about luxury travel news incl 4&5★ hotel renos/openings, gallery/museum openings and other cultural events as well as junkets. No cruise info please.


English trainer, business coach and ghostwriter.

I've collaborated on 15 non-fiction book projects on subjects relating to business, marketing and real estate.

Best skills: explaining complicated ideas clearly, making boring text interesting and finding new angles for tired narratives.



Other Projects

At Random

Tori Amos: Night of Hunters

Esa-Pekka Salonen

Update from Cologne

To The Moon…Er…Mars

Vienna Phil In Kentucky

Brokeback Mountain Opera


Foreign Minister Elrington Plays The Tuba

Lang Lang

tell a story

text, audio, video, images, online, in print – whatever medium tells the story best.

I’ve worked as a freelance print journalist in four countries over the last seven years and have written an unthinkable amount of web content for individuals and companies like Lufthansa, EMI, Sony and World Vision. I’ve also ghostwritten 15 non-fiction books.

More recently, I’ve created radio content for Deutsche Welle (German BBC) and the CBC (Canadian BBC) and edited a few short videos for my own projects. I’ve also had photographs printed in the LA Times, Toronto Star and Deutsche Welle and find that my interest in photojournalism is growing especially in the fields of social welfare and obscure subcultures.

I’m equally at home doing work for newspapers and magazines as I am writing for commercial clients like British Telecom, Royal Bank of Scotland and O2.

A great story told in the right medium is always something rather special. Pitches, proposals and suggestions welcome.

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