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Welcome. I’m a Canadian novelist, poet, musician, and street photographer. You can explore my work on this site, email me, or if you’d like to get in touch with my agent, you can email her.


I was raised on the Canadian prairies, but spent most of my adult life abroad, living and working in various countries throughout Central and North America, the Caribbean, and Europe. I now live with my wife in Montreal.


I’ve been composing music since childhood, began seriously writing when I was 27, and discovered photography only recently; I’ve basically been creating for as long as I remember. I hope you find something here in my work to connect with.