ACTRA M06-03593

Media-Alive (Marketing and Services Company)
Montreal, Quebec
Founder and President

-A Media Services company providing in-store marketing solutions using audio and video technologies.

-Development of the initial concept as well as the corporate philosophy for Radio-A-Live.

-Forge contractual agreements with major Canadian and U.S. merchandising companies seeking to target their specific audiences with music catered to the demographic clientele they are serving.

-Responsible for establishing and maintaining relationships with advertisers, retailers and public entities.

-The establishment of exclusive contractual relationships with advertising and retail companies.

-Assembling of executive team.

-Hardware Development.

-Creation of a music library.

-Establishment of a sales and marketing force.

-The development of exclusive agreements with retail and public space clients as well as with advertisers.

-The completion of the Proof of Concept Phase in Canada.

CBC  Television  (2014-present)

CBC News Montreal Television Weather Specialist (Weekends; fill-in suppertime news)

CBC Radio One Montreal 88.5 FM (2011-present)
Homerun 3-7 pm (drive)

Traffic and Transportation Reporter

(& Sports Commentator 2011-2013)

TEAM 990 Replacement Host (2010-2011)
Announcer, all-sports radio Talk show host.

Q92 Montreal (2006-2009)
Swing announcer and morning show, mid-days and drive replacement.

940 Montreal (2004-2008)
Responsibilities: On-air talk show host, journalist; newscaster, traffic and sports reporter.

AM940 Montreal's Greatest Hits (2008-2009)
Drive Host 3-7 PM ('Z-Man')

Media (Television) 2004
Rogers (CPAC)


On-site producer for CPAC at CKAC (Montreal), post-leaders debate.


Radio - Entertainment and Information
94.7 Hits FM(2004-2005)
Radio Announcer
Malone, New York

Role: On-air host: Mid-days 9-2, plus live remotes.

CJAD 800 AM (1991-1993)
MIX96 - CJFM (1993-2004)

Montreal, Quebec
Radio Announcer (Programmer, Host, Producer, Operator)

Programmer, Producer, Host, Interviewer and Writer: 'Due North', a well-respected all-Canadian countdown program. I was a leader in the development of local and national recording talent, breaking two groups nationally by being the 1st to recognize and air their individual talents. These artists included: Len and Bran Van 3000 and hundreds of other acts.

An asset to all station business relationships, especially with major retailers: Brault and Martineau (Furniture and Appliance specialists), RONA, IKEA, Future Shop, a variety of fairs (home, outdoors, job) and promotions.

Played a major role by helping increase sales at Brault and Martineau from 2002 to 2003 by 32%.

Approached each show, remote and broadcast with perception of image and helped push the marketing strategies and public relations campaigns of all three radio stations at Standard Broadcasting at CHOM-FM MIX96 and CJAD 800 AM.

Provider, sports and information capsules.

'Montreal Canadiens' Hockey producer in 1991: I produced the 1st game for the Habs in their 1st season on CJAD 800 AM.

President and General Manager

Montreal, Quebec

(CFLI) I was responsible for: station programming, operations, the annual budget and a staff of 50+ announcers, managers and engineers.

(LSBC - Corporation President) Governing body mandated by the CRTC to manage CFLI constitution.
Completion of Promise of Performance and CRTC mock hearing in preparation for launch of all-new Instructional/Community licensed radio undertaking.

I was directly responsible for the finalization of the first contract license to broadcast on 88.5 CF Cable and 101.9 FM Videotron cable.

Television/Film/Acting Credits
Montreal, Quebec,

National voice and image for major clients: Rona, Revy, Revelstoke, Castle hardware locations.

Commercial Voice, Montreal Expos in 2000.

Other major clients: Quebec FORD Dealers, NAPA/Autopro, Brault+Martineault, Loto-Quebec, Pizza Hut, Just for Laughs, and L?Oreal/Vichy Normaderm & Vichy Myoderm and Haqvarna. Jean-Coutu Pharmacist Image ? all locations in Quebec indoor/outdoor 20ft/30ft billboards + Ville de Laval Billboardsm 2010.

Numerous film and television acting credits, see: 'Biography' section.

Montreal, Quebec

2000 (November) Voice Training/Characterization Course: Debra Toffan, Cinar/Nelvana

1990-1993 Concordia University, B.A., Specialization in Communication Studies

1993 Honours Project: 'The Process of Attaining an FM License'

All Sports (Including Canadian National Lifeguard and Instructor 1986-1996):
Roller-Blading, Hockey, Football, Baseball, Softball, Badminton, Skiing, Volleyball. Film, politics and television production.

Available upon request