I am an author, playwright, restaurateur and food literacy for children advocate.
I am the owner of SUSHI MAKING FOR THE SOUL
LCBO Featured Chef for Fall-Winter 2013-14.
Author of A DREAM CALLED LAUNDRY and BALLAD OF A KARAOKE COWBOY.
Recipient of the 2013 Gloria Vanderbilt-Exile Short Story Prize for my story, "When John Lennon Died", which is anthologized in Exile Quarterly's CVC Anthology, as well as THE STORIES THAT ARE GREAT WITHIN US.
Latest writing project, WOODY ALLEN ATE MY KIMCHI, a food and restaurant memoir, is a candid and hilarious look (or so I think) behind-the-scenes at some of the top restaurants in Ontario.