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In October 2007, I started making YouTube videos about hockey. Now it’s my job… yeah. The last few years have been crazy.
In a nutshell, I presently do a combination of blogging, producing, reporting, writing, and social media for CBC Sports (Associate Producer), the KHL’s YouTube channel (Producer), Ambit Inc for Nike Hockey (Junior Social Media Strategist), TheLeafsNation.com (Contributor), and some freelance fun. In the past, I have also worked at Leafs TV (Broadcast and Content Associate Producer) and the NHL Network (Story Editor). And before all that, I worked at the Toronto Zoo. It’s pretty sweet. I did the tour bus commentary and stuff. Did you know a giraffe’s kick is strong enough to crush the skull of a lion? You do now.
I was born and raised in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. In 1999, Scarborough became part of Toronto and people Canada-wide started to like me less. As an extremely hyper child, I spent most of my time running around the living room screaming during Leafs games. In fact, my most notable hockey injury is a small scar beside my left eye from running into a wall playing driveway hockey as a 3-year-old. That’ll happen.
Now I have a website. And you’re on it. Well hello there!