I'm a 36 year old human man. I'm from Vancouver, but I live in Toronto and Prince Edward County.
I'm the Director of Marketing at Arts & Crafts, a Toronto-based international record label, publisher, and management company.
I'm a musician with releases on Warp Records, 1080p, and INgrooves. All released under the unfortunate moniker Babe Rainbow.
I founded a boutique record label called Slow Release to support music that I love.
I worked in digital advertising at DDB Canada for a couple of years thinking about milk and tourism and energy and this little guy.
I co-founded the anti-Conservative agitprop site Shit Harper Did and spent two years working in social justice communications.
I helped produce and write a short political comedy series for CTV News.
I co-produced a comedy web-series and compilation album called Mental Beast. It was described by SHOWCASE as one of the genre-defining web-series of the '00s.
For six years I ran Music Waste, a week-long cultural festival highlighting Vancouver's best independent music, art, and comedy. Additionally, I was the director of the Victory Square Block Party, a day-long outdoor concert that raises money for Vancouver's street paper Megaphone Magazine.
I have a BA from Simon Fraser University's School Of Communication.
My work has been covered by or featured in Fast Company, The New Yorker, Marketing Magazine, CBC, CTV, Post Media, Globe & Mail, National Post, Canadian Press, Maclean's, Walrus Magazine, Vice Magazine, Pitchfork, The Fader, and many other impressive media outlets.