Work: I’m a writer, researcher, and editor serving a wide variety of clients, most often business, technology, education, library, and biomedical interests. In the past I’ve worked with children of various ages, including those with special needs, and helped to develop materials for Montessori education. I’m currently the writing and editing principal at Infodemons Information Consultancy.
Education: I have degrees in education and creative writing from the University of British Columbia, as well as TESOL certification, and have taken courses in neuropsychology, developmental psychology, abnormal psychology, educational psychology, anthropology, sociology, Latin, and English literature.
Fiction Writing: I write science fiction novels for fun – most often speculative fiction, usually of the future dystopia or post-Armageddon variety, though I venture into other genres from time to time.
Hobbies: When not writing, I spent my time on a variety of pursuits, including hiking, hotspringing, running, swimming, ju jitsu, kickboxing, weight training, growing things in pots, taking pictures, engaging in various arts and crafts, cooking and baking, collecting pointless facts, learning to ski and snowboard, attempting to break the laws of physics, mocking pop cultural icons, and fostering kittens for the Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association.