My career in radio began in 1980 after graduation from the Radio & Television program at Ryerson University. My first job was at CFBQ radio station in Parry Sound, Ontario and from there I worked in radio newsrooms in Cambridge, Sudbury, London and Tillsonburg as both a reporter and newscaster.

Over three decades, I have reported on everything from politics to homicides and have interviewed thousands of people. I contributed to award-winning radio news coverage of a mining accident at Falconbridge in 1984 and a tornado that hit the London area in 1990.

I branched out from radio and wrote a book on the history of the London Fire Department which was published in 2003.