- self-employedcartoonist/writer, present
- Maclean-Hunter, Southam
I was born in Kidderminster, England, before the steam engines went away. I moved to Calgary when airliners still had propellers, and grew taller there.
Later, I acquired an assortment of degrees in English Literature at Queen's University, though I still haven't figured out what to do with them.
In Toronto, I researched computerized information systems, long before Bill Gates invented the Blue Screen of Death. I wrote my first three novels while serving as Editor of Educational Digest, and when this proved viable, I ran away from my editor's cubicle.
Now I spend most of my time drawing comics.
So here I am, still in Toronto, with my wife and son, a cat, various computers, tea pots, and a coffee maker. I work in the utility room, near the laundry monsters and the litter box.
- University of Calgary, Queen's University