I am a fifth generation Calgarian so naturally I am predisposed to love the prairies, the mountains, and Sunday night steak dinners.
I recently returned from living in the yoga-wearing pants district of Vancouver where I dabbled in frequent runs along the sea wall, all-you-can-eat sushi and a few thousand hours in the UBC library.
I have an addiction to all things digital and it's an addiction I do not intend on kicking anytime soon.
I like my job because I get to explore how people think and behave. Plus, I started a hot sauce club at the office so that was a huge win.
I really, really like storytelling. But more on that later...
I prefer to see the world through the lens of my camera but I have discovered that sometimes people don’t like when strangers take photos of them.
I have always been fascinated by the idea that creativity is driven by connectivity. Connecting more people, more places, and more ideas.
I have learned that my mood each day is directly proportional to the amount of coffee I drink and how many hours I get to spend with my dog, Levi.
And I believe in Picasso’s famous words “inspiration exists, but it must find you working” — so I live my day-to-day as a worker, a thinker, a creator, and a sharer hoping that one day I can come do something half as brilliant as he did (or at least something cool enough to get me on the Ellen show.)