I have been involved with radio and audio in some form for more than twenty years. I got my start at CJSW, co-hosting an environmental program on the campus radio station at the University of Calgary, sometime before the Internet. From there, I went to hosting a show at CFRC at Queen’s University.
In 1997, I started working at CBC Radio in St. John’s, Newfoundland, and stayed there for seven years. I quit my radio job to go to back to school in 2004, but I never really left radio. In 2009, I began curiaudio.com, a project dedicated to wild sound and acoustic ecology. In 2016, I went back to my roots in community radio, contributing pieces to Voice of Bonne Bay Radio in western Newfoundland (vobb.org) that, for a time, I mixed in a studio I rigged up in an honest-to-goodness walk-in vault.