I’m back in my native Canada after ten years in the UK, and currently working on a new series for Cottage Life, Mysteries from Above with Saloon Media. It looks at a range of mysteries of history, science, and the natural world, through beautiful and surprising visuals as views from above uncover a new perspective. It another fun one with a diversity of stories to keep me – and the audience of course – interested, informed, and entertained.
I just finished working on an amazing new docu series called History by the Numbers with Saloon Media. It’s really fun and amazing to be juggling such a wide variety of subjects – my personal favourite might be the Gender Gap, the episode I wrote. I might be biased.
Earlier this year, I co-produced on a very exciting 8 part documentary series on CNN, History of the Sitcom, with Cream Productions.
2020 and into 2021 has been a challenging time for everyone, and the TV and film industry has worked hard to find ways to keep people safe while still managing to create amazing programmes. I’m really proud of the industry in general, and Cream Productions in particular, for meeting the extreme challenges presented by this world-altering situation.
I also feel very lucky to be part of an industry that, while not saving lives, is helping make lockdown more bearable. Everyone has a series or 10 that has been keeping them engaged and interested, and I hope the projects I’ve been a part of form some small part of that.
The theatre arts have faced even greater challenges – and while there is a lot of great work being done online (like The Show Must Go Online, and 14/48 UK’s Work From Home), collaborating in person on theatre performances for in-person performances just isn’t safe. It’s something I deeply miss, and hope to be able to return to soon.
On my website, you’ll find the latest news and information about my television, film, and theatre projects: videos, clips, and photographs. Please check out my credits pages: tv/films, theatre, and writing, for a full list of my work.