A bit about me...
In both the telling and the hearing, stories begin with people.
My passion is taking complex science and transforming it into stories that engage and excite.
As a strategist, I ask questions. Who are we talking to? Where are they and where do they get their information? What do they believe?
Over the past 30 years, my work appeared in weekly and national publications, broadcast and online media.
For more than a decade, I worked to identify and shine a light on the innovative minds and discoveries at the University of Saskatchewan, one of Canada’s top research universities.
We live in challenging times, where innovation and knowledge are often met with rejection and disbelief. This has consequences for issues critical to our species and our environment, from vaccines and genetic engineering to energy and climate change. I believe science writers and communicators have a vital role to play.
That's my story. Let me help you tell yours.