About Me

Born in 1988, I was a curious child from an early age. When I was a young boy, and indeed continuing on to this day, my interests have focused variously on (in no particular order) space travel, computers, Greek and Roman history, Lego, Star Wars, and chemistry. I have lived in several places, all Canadian, including Calgary, AB; Edmonton, AB; Gander, NL; and London, ON. My origin and home, however, is St. John's, NL, a wonderful city on the eastern edge of Canada.

Over the past several years, I have become very interested in photography. Some of my work can be found on my Flickr page.

I was homeschooled throughout the entirety of my grade school years, after which I attended Memorial University of Newfoundland. During the summer of 2008, I worked with Dr. Nathan Jones at Western University, researching the synthesis and reactivity of N-heterocyclic phosphenium cations, an analogue of N-heterocyclic carbenes. Beginning in the summer of 2009 I worked at Memorial as a systems administrator and software developer, making my way through the Departments of Computer Science and Mathematics & Statistics, eventually finishing at the end of summer 2011 with the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. In 2010 I received a B.Sc. from MUN, with a Joint Major in Chemistry and Computer Science. I graduated with an M.D. from Memorial in the spring of 2015, after which I started a residency program in anesthesiology at Western University. My particular interests there include in simulation, education, critical care, cardiac anesthesia, and the intersection of computer science and medicine. From 2012-2014, I was the National Officer for Information Technology for the Canadian Federation of Medical Students.