I was born and raised in the City of Niagara Falls. I attended AN Myer High School, and while growing up, I developed a passion for playing music. The most influential groups in my youth were the Monkeys and the Partridge Family. I was able to be part of a band called the Lennox and we traveled throughout the United States, China and Europe. We received a Post Grammy Nomination in 1990 for the theme song to the movie called Rude Awakening. This song was recorded by Bill Medley of the famed Righteous Brothers.
While my passion has been in music, I‘ve always had a love and fascination for architecture. I currently operate a music studio in Stamford Centre and have expanded into the area of marketing and promotions. I continue to be involved in the local music scene and have been known to pop up here and there to play in the community.
What is your favourite aspect about being Canadian?
While I had an opportunity to write and produce songs in the United States, I really wanted to stay in Niagara Falls. I’ve always have a great love for our City and interest in the natural beauty of the Niagara Parkway and the Falls.
What accomplishment are you most proud of?
One of my proudest accomplishments was being recognized by the City’s Arts and Culture Committee for involvement in operating for the Sports Wall of Fame. I am proud to be a resident of the City and a citizen of this great country. I am also glad to been asked as a member of the Canada 150 Our People Group.