I’ve finally put together a demo reel of my various projects. Check it out! Read more →
My grandfather was a fighter in the Polish Air Force in WWII. He flew 71 missions with the 307 squadron, and made it through every single one, unscathed. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the norm. Thousands of airmen went down during the war, and most of them were never found. The Planehunters are a group in Belgium who, 70 years later, are… Read more →
Here’s a web extra from a story we shot in West Virginia. After filming BASE jumpers launching from a Human Catapult all day, my cameraman Brian Marleau and I just had to try it out. To see the full story, go here: Human Catapult
This was one of my first field shoots for Daily Planet, from back in 2008. It was so much fun, and I’m so glad to hear through the grapevine that Andrew got a ton of recognition for this at his University, especially among his engineering professors! I’d give him an A+ for sure.
This story will stick with me for a long time. Dr. Steven Laureys studies coma patients at his hospital in Liege, Belgium, looking for any signs of consciousness, to see if they’re actually awake, but “locked in” to their body. It’s a nightmare situation, and he’s one of the few in the world trying to find a solution. When Adrian,… Read more →
A homemade backyard centrifuge, turned into a game where you could challenge your friends — how could I say no? This wasn’t my first venture into a narration-free piece, but I think it was the most successful. The fantastic inventor trio Steve, Justin, and Alex talked so much that I didn’t want to add a fourth voice in the mix.… Read more →
Here’s a one-minute cutdown for the 6 minute version of my story with Health Canada and their team who are at the ready for whenever a Nuclear Attack happens in the true north strong and free. (Luckily, it’s never happened here before, and hopefully they’ll never be needed.)
It was an honour to be the first media allowed in to see the Scorpion jet. It’s a brand new tactical jet being built by Cessna, at a fraction of the cost of an F18, which makes it even more amazing that we got to see it fly. You’ll have to click through for this one, but it’s worth it.… Read more →
This one was a ton of fun to shoot and put together – even our cameraman says this was one of the most fun shoots he’s been on.
Thanks to Brad Fox, the interns, and Bruce and Rachel of the Avro for lending us their bar for the day.
It’s rare that you hear my voice on a final piece – typically, we edit and prepare a segment with my voice, and then the hosts replace it with their dulcet tones in post audio. But for this one, it was just going straight to web, so I kept my original voiceover. And as a bonus, you can hear me asking a question at the end, although that’s in my real human voice, not my voiceover voice.