Although I was born and raised in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, (a graduate of Saint Francis Xavier University), my family roots are from Prince Edward Island.
I love a good adventure but at times things can get out of hand: I was temporarily stranded on an iceberg once, was accidently branded an illegal alien in Panama (along with my wife and kids) and our family lived in the jungles of Central America for a year.
I’ve got serious addictions to chocolate and the music of Genesis and The Beatles – I once travelled 5,000 kms to attend a McCartney concert! In addition, I’m a history buff… my study of WWII spans more than two decades.
In my other life when not travelling with the family, I work in audit, joint venture agreements and marketing areas for oil & gas companies. I currently reside in Calgary, Canada, with my wife (a physiotherapist and yoga instructor) and three children.
Aside from helping my better half raise our energetic kids who, sometimes, test the boundaries of our sanity, I can be found running, mountain-hiking and playing basketball… or I can often be found lost in the clouds thinking about characters and plots for future storylines.