A blog piece I wrote with ALS Canada in collaboration with London nonprofit El Sistema Aeolian.
I wrote two blog posts for the Speak AI website: one on the benefits of transcription marketing, one on accessible web content.
A blog post I wrote for Sprint Moving Service about preparing for a first-time move.
A professional profile on a PhD candidate at Western University.
What's the best business model for independent music in London, Ontario? Bands Westminster Park and Fox The Hound weigh in.
I sat down and interviewed a dear friend of mine, Maegan, about the current state of affairs in her home country of Barbados. Mia Mottley is Barbados' eigth prime minister, and first woman. She's also openly gay. I felt that Maegan, currently engaged to a Canadian woman, could offer an interesting and local take on the subject.
Disclaimer: The name of my article's subject has been changed to conceal her identity. In an age of doxxing and the traceable digital identity, I hope you can appreciate the need for anonymity - especially when it deals with substance abuse and mental health issues. The sudden loss of her mother pushed Jane Doe to … Continue reading Studying grief & how it can help you heal
Her uniform was bulky and she hadn’t broken in her new combat boots. Her stomach was still turning from last night’s sea sickness when she entered the Communications Control Room and sat down beside her fellow Naval Communicators. She would be there for the next seven hours of her shift. Her doctor on ship would … Continue reading Seasick in Hawaii: the high’s and low’s of naval life