Over the years I’ve written everything from magazine articles and book essays to TV episodes and radio documentaries. I’ve posted some of my favorite projects here. Hope you enjoy them!
I spent one year with the human rights NGO Jamaicans for Justice in 2011, scripting a 13-episode TV series called Justice For All. Each 7-minute episode examined a rights-related issue and was broadcast on local Jamaican TV.
I really enjoy writing for young people. Here are some book projects I’ve worked on.
Media Madness: An Insider’s Guide to Media
A media literacy primer for readers aged 10 to 14.
Written by Dominic Ali and illustrated by Michael Cho
(Kids Can Press)
Download PDF (5.5 MB)
From Discord to Discourse: A Collection of Contemporary Canadian Essays
I contributed a humor piece to this anthology for high school students. (McGraw-Hill Ryerson)
I edit online and print newsletters, which includes interviewing sources, taking photos, editing the final draft, and scheduling the publication to go out to subscribers.
Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA)
I currently edit the monthly bulletin for this environmental law association.
International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) I edited this newsletter for this organization in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Here are some of my favorite radio pieces. For these documentaries, I pitched the story idea, researched the topic, interviewed sources, and edited the piece for final broadcast.
A love affair between a girl & her steel drum.
(CBC Radio One – The Sunday Edition)
I was a freelance journalist for many years, and still take on the occasional assignment when time allows. Here are some articles I really enjoyed writing.
Dinosaurs didn’t just live in tropical swamps!
Download PDF (4 MB)
Taking It to the Trees
A cabin that both Mies and Zelig would have loved.
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Visiting the spiritual home of Calgary’s Reggae Festival.
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World-Class Non-Smoking (Humor)
Comparing Vancouver’s world-class competition.
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Are We Losing Our Minds? Or freeing them up?
What it means to turn our memories over to machines.
(Western Living magazine)
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Home, Noisy Home
Our world is one loud place.
Download PDF (8 MB)
Solving the mystery of Winnipeg’s plug-ins.
Download PDF (1.3 MB)