I grew up in Cascumpeque, PEI, on a river as beautiful as the River Clyde. If there is one place I am truly, deeply at home, it is on that shore. I now live with my partner and son in Toronto, where I have been working as a writer, actor and director for over 20 years. I have directed community-based performances for many years, principally through my job as artistic resource teacher at the Trinity Bellwoods CARE program in Toronto, where I created a score of original plays with a school-age children enrolled in Art in the Park, an outdoor summer art camp. I have taught physical theatre workshops for all ages, to professional actors, students, and community theatre groups across Canada.
I hopped onto the River Clyde Pageant wagon in 2017, and am so happy to be able to come and spend the summer with family and friends, working madly and joyfully together to create the Pageant in all her glory.