I was born in Montreal, where I quickly learnt to love winter and indirect sunlight. Circumstances were such that I ended up finishing high school in New York, before heading off to pastoral Vermont and halcyon days at Middlebury College, where I studied film, music, and the history of art and architecture. After graduating, I stayed in New England, working as a fly-fishing guide in Vermont and helping to build one of the world's largest treehouses at The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp in Ashford, Connecticut.
I've been living in London since 2004, and work as a freelance writer.
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