I’m a freelance writer living and working in Montreal, Canada, though I was born in Toronto and brought up mainly in Calgary – all three of which I have a love/hate relationship with (though mostly love). I blog mainly about music, but also occasionally about sports, the arts, current events, and everyday life.
In 2014, I graduated from Concordia University in Montreal with a specialization in journalism (print and broadcast). I currently work full-time for WatchMojo.com; a YouTube channel specializing in top 10 list videos on various topics, which is now the 12th-largest channel in the website’s history worldwide.
I’m also currently a contributing music editor for Cult MTL, for whom my work has recently landed me a spot on the 2023 Polaris Music Prize jury. For two years, I was also a blogger for Shoeclack, where I write primarily about music festivals, and got the opportunity to cover several major festivals across North America last year (Canadian Music Week, Governors Ball, Sled Island, Festival d’été de Quebec, Osheaga, Pop Montreal and M for Montreal). My work has also been published in FFWD Weekly (RIP), BeatRoute, The Richest, and my alma mater’s two student papers (The Concordian and The Link).
You can contact me via email or follow me on Twitter. To view an abbreviated portfolio of my work, please click here.