I write news, reviews, blog entries, a webcomic, and do podcasts on video games and movies.
My site, 2D Reviews, is the hub for all this work. But I write video game news and reviews for Brutal Gamer as well as do podcasts with them. You'll also find my reviews on suite101.
I dabbled with journalism at University of Guelph by volunteering at the independent newspaper "The Ontarion." I wrote various news articles, features, and the occasional comic strip before turning to movie reviews in my final year.
While pursuing my degree I took a variety of creative writing courses, including one with Thomas King.
Once I graduated I began freelancing for The Metro, the world's largest free daily newspaper.
If anyone wants to talk movies or video games, I'd love to hear from you on Twitter or Facebook.
Splinter Cell: Conviction is a brutally satisfying tale of Sam Fisher's vengeance
Desperate Escape is a forlorn DLC for Resident Evil 5 that you might regret purchasing.
Lost in Nightmares, the first installment of DLC content for Resident Evil 5 is a welcome gift and apology from Capcom.
Lucky You is one of those colossal failures of film a lucky many have missed.
If you want to play Spirit Tracks you'd better like trains, or Zelda games. If you love either, you'll enjoy this title.
The Book of Eli is substanceless, gimmicky fun. It's about faith - in both the film's essence, and its plot.
Up in the Air is a muddled, heartfelt, unconventional film that is also a witty discourse on life.
Before Sunrise is purely a dialogue between a juvenile American man, and a dreamy French woman.
Food documentaries tend to reek of sensationalist propaganda.
Training Day is about Denzel Washington's seductive power over the film's characters, and the theatre's audience.