My expertise—acquired since the late 1960s—is in communications using images, sounds, and text in all media; political, election, and advocacy campaign development and implementation; and management, fundraising and membership development consulting for progressive, non-profit organizations.
The Short Autobiography
Although I wasn’t aware of it at the time—being primarily interested in sex, drugs, and rock and roll— my professional life began in the summer of 1969 as a temporary assistant projectionist at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Toronto.
Education, of the formal kind
For me, getting an education has proven to be more useful than the education itself. I didn’t concern myself with earning a degree until I was well into my 40s. The reason was simple: I was getting along fine without one.