I am a freelance TV Producer; and a Performance Trainer for clients who want to express themselves more effectively — either in front of a camera, at a conference, or in a boardroom. My training method is called “Babinski’s reflex”, and it features TP2 sessions (more on that if you send me a direct message).
I am also under contract with Rogers NHL Broadcasting, responsible for co-ordinating content on the new Hometown Hockey program, hosted by Ron MacLean. The program airs Sundays on City across the country, starting at 6:30 ET. I will also be producing content for Hockey Day in Canada, a special 13-hour broadcast from Halifax on Feb. 14, 2015.
In 2013-14, I was the executive producer and manager of local content for CITY’s TV station in Montreal – responsible for the launch of the Breakfast Television Montreal program, as well as the weekly half-hour Montreal Connected sports magazine program. Prior to working with Rogers Broadcasting, I worked mostly with CBC-TV, as a documentary director, coordinating features producer, and a field producer.
In 2010, I also returned to on-air work for the first time since leaving my job as sportscaster at CBC Montreal a decade ago. Away from production, 2010 saw me complete a cross-Canada tour for the CBC Training Department, visiting each regional newsroom to give my “Going Live” workshop to radio and TV journalists. My two blogs – Good4sports and Dockjumping – capture my belief that a good attitude goes a long way in shaping a full life.