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I was born May 14th, 1967 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
I grew up in St-Sauveur, a town in the country. When I graduated high
school, I moved back to Montreal to further my studies.
Since then, I've achieved a lot of things.
Currently, I've been focussing my energies on several projects, or at least have been hoping to work on
This gives you an idea of what I do, but not much of what I am. here's
some other information that should give you more of a feel for me:
Singing, watching professional wrestling and soap operas (they're
really the same thing, except wrestlers are better actors),
reading/writing/watching science fiction and fantasy, watching
My Favorite Types of Music
Jazz (especially Miles Davis and Charlie Parker pieces), A-Capella
(favorite group: The House Jacks), Reggae... pretty much all styles except
My Favorite Writers
Roger Zelazny, Elmore Leonard, Ed McBain, Fritz Leiber.
My Greatest Inspirations
Isaac Asimov. I started to read his works at a very young age, and they
helped to shape me into the man I am today.
My life has parallelled Isaac's in many ways. A former teacher had me read
his autobiography years ago, and I was surprised to find out how similar
If I ever get to be HALF as prolific a writer as he was, I'll be
Hope Hoey. My teacher in both Grade 3 and 5. Mrs. Hoey always
encouraged me to follow my dreams, let my imagination roam free. I haven't
seen her for more than a decade, but she still asks my mother about me on
the ocassions that they run into each other.
She was the former teacher who clued me into Isaac Asimov's autobiography.
Update: I learned in e-mail from one of her daughters today that she passed away January 3rd, 2003.
1919 - 2003
D.E.C. (Diplome Educationel Cegep, basically a diploma by another
name) in Creative Arts.
I got a very rounded education in the arts, learning how
to play guitar (badly). I also studied acting, singing, drawing and
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Cinema - Animation option.
A lot of the artistic fields that I studied in College melded together for
the 4 years I spent here. In the end, I discovered that
my strengths lay in two aspects of film-making: script-writing and voice
acting for cartoons.
Dawson College again; Attestation in Micro Computer Business Applications
In 1996, I updated my skills with basic computer programs, like MS Office. I've been trying to parlay this inro a more permanent job.
- Wrote the original script for an animated short called "Napoleon and
Fortuné", sometimes seen on Cable stations.
- I was the voice of "Mr. Boman"
in an animated anti-drug message for television.
- I also had my first roleplaying adventure, Crashpoint, published
in July of 1995. I talk about this more elsewhere on my site.
One last thing
- Producing more roleplaying material for publication, as well as trying to break in to the field of
interactive CD-ROM games as a scriptwriter. As I become more successful at
these endeavors, you will be able to read about them either on my Projects Page or, if I do VERY well, they'll end
up on my Published Works Page.
As of 1999, I began my attempts to get into the world of print Science Fiction too.
I've started to accumulate a pile of rejection slips, so I have proof of my attempts. :)
- I've also been trying to break in the tv and film script market as well.
Although I'd LOVE to sell a script to X-Files,
the show isn't taking outside script submissions. (Too bad; they really need better writers these days...). Babylon 5 is another show I'd hoped to write for, but it's now over for a few years now.
This paragraph is now years out of date.
my market yet...