Documentaries

Here you will find some of my featured Documentaries

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Signal To Noise

This is the story of my tinnitus, which affects my ability to enjoy silence. Through the telling of the story, I’ve tried to create a kind of music that...

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The Origins of Rhythm

The good folks over at The Banff Centre have been publishing a gorgeous multimedia journal for the past couple of years called BoulderPavement.  The latest issue is based around...

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For The Love of Cricket

For years now, I’ve been experiencing the onset of a slow love affair with cricket. Maybe it’s because I love puzzles (especially the cryptic kind), and here in North...

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The First Journalist

I must confess I didn’t really know anything about the Ancient Greek author and historian Thucydides until a marvellous opportunity to learn all about him landed in my lap....

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The Bones of the Earth

CLICK HERE to listen to Gros Morne: The Bones of the Earth – my feature documentary about how the theory of plate tectonics found firm footing in Gros Morne...

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Of Mics and Men

I love recording things. Capturing moments in time. Working in radio is like being a photographer of sound. Microphones are like best friends. They’re reliable. They don’t lie. They...

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The Beautiful Similkameen Valley

This is what the autumn cattle auction looks like in Okanagan Falls, BC. I went there in October to speak to some of the ranchers who live in the...

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Music and Mental Illness

2010 marked the 200th anniversary of the birth of the great Romantic-era composer Robert Schumann. Schumann was perhaps the archetypal moody artist, alternating between blazing bouts of creativity and periods...

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The Sound and the Sea

I’m thrilled to announce that my documentary The Sound and the Sea has won a Silver Medal for Best Sound at the 2010 New York Festivals Radio Program and Promotion Awards....

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Temporary Hearing Loss

I first started suffering from tinnitus about seven years ago. I’ve learned how to live with it, mostly. It usually affects me the most when I’m in a very silent...

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