The personal mission of Sexologist Stephen De Wit is to normalize people’s feelings about sex. So I helped him produce a series of streeters in which we flag down strangers and ask them about their sexual preferences.
The pop culture website Dorkshelf.com asked me to produce a video version of their popular television reviews. The pilot for Fan Vs Fan will be uploaded in early October 2014 and it will follow the new CW series The Flash.
I wrote and produced this sketch with Comedian Aaron Hagey-McKay and Director Cameron Wyllie. G&M asked us to ‘How do you make Parliament more interesting to Canadians?’ We interpreted that as, if Parliament tried to make Parliament interesting, how would THEY do it. This is what we delivered:
Myself and TV production guy Darren Parker challenged ourselves to make a video each week with zero money. The project lasted 16 weeks during which we made stuff like this:
I was asked to speak at York University’s TEDx. They were looking for nontraditional speakers who could bring a performance element to their talks. I did what I do best, tell stories.
Accidental Company was my sketch troupe for ten years. We were honoured with the Producer’s Pick Award at the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival. As a result, we played the TSCF’s Best Of Showcase: