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I'm currently a student at Humber's Creative Advertising program. I've also done some other things during my life on this planet....

-Currently on the writing staff for the 2nd season of television show "Crown The Town", airing in Canada and the U.S.

- Semi-professional musician, was signed to a label, and toure… Read More
I'm currently a student at Humber's Creative Advertising program. I've also done some other things during my life on this planet....

-Currently on the writing staff for the 2nd season of television show "Crown The Town", airing in Canada and the U.S.

- Semi-professional musician, was signed to a label, and toured extensively through Canada and the U.S.

- Done various television shows and commercials on Much Music.

- I also take part in some amateur photography, I love bikes, I like hockey, and I can cook a wicked pizza from scratch.

Anyways, get in touch with me if you're interested in knowing more. Read Less
Working towards becoming the most overworked and underpaid junior in the biz.
I was in a band called "Mean Tangerine" for about 8 years, from the ages of 14-22. We toured across North America several times, were frequently featured on Much Music, and had the pleasure of sharing the stage with acts like Our Lady Peace, Finger 11, Sloan, The Trews, Down With Webster, etc etc. We later signed … Read More
I was in a band called "Mean Tangerine" for about 8 years, from the ages of 14-22. We toured across North America several times, were frequently featured on Much Music, and had the pleasure of sharing the stage with acts like Our Lady Peace, Finger 11, Sloan, The Trews, Down With Webster, etc etc. We later signed a record deal with Drive Records/Fontana North and I worked with the record label frequently dealing with PR and promotional work, and a whole lot of event management (I even booked a 42 date multi-national tour, which included dealing with work visa's, show booking, and many small details). We did a lot of weird shit, and this was one of the coolest ways to "grow up". Read Less
Member Since: Jan 12, 2013