PICTURES WTNHearbeats (2005)
researching for this documentary series about Women's Health Issues
Womens Television Network Mothers And Daughters (2003)
researching for this documentary series about the complicated relationship
between mothers and daughters.
writer for this game show geared towards youth.
TELEVISION - The Joke's on Us- 50 years of Canadian Satire
- Senior researcher,
working on a 90 minute television special celebrating 50 years of Canadian
Satire. Aired September 6 2002 8pm on the CBC television network.
RADIO -Here and Now - Radio One Afternoons -hosted by Avril
Arts Reporter for this wonderful radio show which airs daily from 4-6pm.
- New Media
Designer and Administrator at ExtendMedia, Canadas largest multimedia
company. During the time that I was with this organization it went from
being a start-up to a $25 million company
- Writer Historica
Productions with Stephen Williams. Writer of mini-historical documentaries
from research materials for commercial television broadcasts. This series
was launched in 1990, producing over 60 stories with a total budget
of $25 million dollars.
for this festival that raised more than $750,000.00 for AIDS charity
groups in three years. This involved a great deal of project management,
scheduling, pleading and negotiating.
IMAGES MAGAZINE AND HEATHWATCH MAGAZINE
- Writer /
Illustrator Working on trend-based articles. Edited by Patrisha Robertson.
(1991-1993) Network Music Magazine edited by Maureen Littlejohn. Writing
music reviews and features.
- Video Reviewer
Toronto Star Video Guide edited by Rob Salem reviews of new releases
for the video market. Free-lance Entertainment writer for The Toronto
OOGA BOOGA FESTIVAL
Producer for this festival that raised more than $31,000.00 in one night
in October 1986 for Tim Jocelyn and AIDS charities. Held in October
1986, at the Theatre Passe Muraille, our community raised this money
for an artist stricken with AIDS. The remainder resources went to help
establish what has since become Casey House Hospice.
CFNY STREET REPORTER
and Over Night Announcer CFNY Streets of Ontario hosted by Liz Janik,
and Peter Goodwin. EDGE/ CFNY-FM Radio. . On air reviews of films concerts
and new releases for this modern music radio broadcaster. LIVE IN TORONTO
Co-hosted by Skot Turner and Mae Pauts.
- Free Time
Consultant CBC -Later The Same Day hosted by Ian Brown. Weekly arts
correspondent, reviews and discussion of Toronto entertainment news
reviews and trends.
ENTERTAINMENT STORY EDITOR /PRODUCER
- Writer LIFETIME
hosted by Peter Feniak and Liz Grogan. CTV Television Network. Producer/
writer/ story editor for this National, highly rated daytime talk show.
- Writer NOW
Magazine. Edited by Michael Hollett. Weekly music reviews and interviews
for this News/Entertainment magazine which has a circulation of 100,000.
copies per issue, per week.
- Writer /
Illustrator Edited by Carol Tuynman, New York City, Staff writer, specializing
in contemporary classical music.
Director of Entertainment department, selecting and scheduling interviews,
cutting and producing programs as well as broadcasting a daily opinionated
listing of entertainment events.
Graduated in 1983 from the Ontario College Of Art and Design with honours
Photo-Electric Arts Department. Studied at the Toronto Campus as well
as the Studio in New York City. Studied Computers, Animation, Holography,
Video, Film, Sound Editing and other technological studies. Graduated
in 1996 from Digital Media Studios course entitled Web Design and digital
Pre-Press. Graduated in September 2001, from Toronto Image Works Web Master
Adobe Illustrator 9 | Adobe Photoshop 6 | Quark | InDesign | HTML
Microsoft Office | MacroMedia Director | Premiere | Flash 5 | Dreamweaver
English and French
researcher, can find obscure info that no one else can.
a good organizer, I have always been able to bring people together with
a common interest.
I was one of the people that dreamed of creating and establishing Word
on The Street, which is now an International Book Festival.
a teenager, I worked at the Riverboat, in Yorkville and
The Crash and Burn. I helped get YukYuk's Comedy Cabarets
in my twenties, I worked at CKLN Radio, as well as at the Cameron
House. I was very active with Chroma Zone and ArtCulture
Resource Centre and A Space, helping to launch and maintain
these arts collectives.
spots have offered me a wonderful vantage point. I am an active member
of my community parks and am knowledgeable about children and their
interests in sometimes undiscovered parts of Toronto.
I am involved in a pilot program that brings arts and drama to children
in a Toronto public school.
is part of what I love to offer to share.
my independent publishing company, Droplit Books, which publishes
small stories by local artists, we have released over 60 book titles
as well as 30 post card images and sets in the last 17 years.
Because I am a 'people person', information reaches me easily so that
I can distribute it to others.