About Me

Hi there. Welcome to my website. To take a short-cut directly to information about one of my books, my research and credentials, examples of my commercial illustrations, my drawings, and my services, head to the menu at the top of the page now, where you will also find a career overview. Otherwise, keep reading. And visit my Blog for book excerpts, archived magazine articles, and original posts.

I am the author or co-author of about twenty works of non-fiction (and counting), and have published innumerable magazine articles. I’ve written widely on history, art, business, science and technology, the environment, and sport. While I have published recent works with academic presses, my writing is pitched at the discerning general reader, and I pride myself in explaining complex things for general audiences. I have been a finalist (Double Double) and a winner (The Bubble and the Bear) of Canada’s National Business Book Award. God’s Mercies was a finalist for both the Governor General’s Literary Award (Non-Fiction) and the Writers Trust Non-Fiction Prize. Beardmore was a finalist for the Wilson Prize in Canadian History. You can find entries I have written for Henry Hudson, John Cabot, Nortel, and Tim Hortons at the Canadian Encyclopedia, a resource aimed at school-age readers. Other clients have included Cottage Life, ON Nature, Canada’s History, Slate, and Broadview. I provide editorial services to publishers and individuals. Those services include contract writing and ghost writing, for projects that have included a major global brand, a leading figure in Canadian business, one of the world’s top consulting companies, and a global cybersecurity firm. I hold a PhD in history from York University (2015) and was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Windsor. I have also worked as an illustrator and a graphic designer. In my spare moments, I’m a landscape artist. I have been an avid boater (power and sail) since childhood and maintain the website wildgreatlakes.com.

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