Like so many life changing moments, I remember exactly when I decided to become a story teller. I had produced a radio documentary for my fourth year Media and Society English class, a soundscape of Hallowe'en on Toronto's Yonge Street. No narration, all found sound. The night I finished my cut, and listened to it for the first time, I may have just jumped up and down with a ridiculous grin on my face. Maybe...

That doc won a national CBC award for student productions and that was all I needed to carry on. 

And here I am. A few years later, and still telling stories - interpreting what I see, amplifying the voices of people who need their voices heard, trying to make space at the table.