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102 - 2E Veronica Dr. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3N 3A3
Audio Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Moving Light Programmer,
- Familiar with the of operation of all common audio equipment,
including large-format mixers, outboard effects, and dynamics
- Very good knowledge of acoustics principles, including line array
- Competant moving light programmer, familiar with GrandMA WholeHog II,
Case Pro 1+, and LP3000.
- Ability to learn quickly. Excellent reading comprehension,
solid understanding of math concepts, and strong problem solving skills.
- Electrical Engineering background with knowledge of electonics, power
systems, software engineering, and digital systems.
- Excellent familiarity with computers, including Unix-like, MacOS, and
MS Windows systems.
- Comfortable with public speaking and technical writing.
- Basic knowledge of written and spoken French.
- Play several musical instruments including bass guitar, double bass,
guitar and drums.
September 2000 - Present
Master of Engineering, Memorial
University - St. John's, Newfoundland
- Thesis research on array signal processing for sound reinforcement.
- Coursework in acoustics, information theory, image processing and
computer architecture. GPA 3.80
September 1994 - April 2000
Bachelor of Engineering, Memorial University - St.
- Graduated at the top of the class, GPA 3.92.
- Electrical Engineering, specialized in Computers and Communications.
- Audio Engineering
- Fall 2002 – provided consulting on system design and operator
training to Clarke's Beach Pentecostal Church and Victory Christian
- Fall 2000 – presented training seminars in sound system operation for
- 1998-2000 – system tech and FOH operator for several regional
and provincial Christian youth conventions.
- Moving Light Operator
- Fall 2002 – substitute for Rocky Horror Picture Show (presented
by St. John's Dinner Theatre)
- Summer 2002 – Glovertown Folk Festival (with The Fables)
- Software Engineering Co-op Work Terms
- 1999-08-23 – 1999-12-17 Instrumar Limited, St. John's, NL
- 1999-01-04 – 1999-04-23 CORETEC Incorporated, St. John's, NL
- 1998-04-27 – 1998-08-28 Lotek Marine Technologies Inc., St.
- 1997-09-02 – 1997-12-19 Lotek Marine Technologies Inc., St.
- 1997-01-06 – 1997-04-18 Newbridge Networks Corporation,
- 1996-05-06 – 1996-08-30 Newbridge Networks Corporation,
- Scholarships and Awards
- 3 graduate fellowships
- APEGN Award for Engineering Excellence 2000
- Memorial University Medal for Electrical Engineering 2000
- Faculty of Engineering Dean's List 1996-1999
- 15 other undergraduate scholarships
- Member of:
- Past Member of:
- Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra (NSO) and Newfoundland Symphony Youth
- Memorial University Jazz Band and Festival Choir
- Volunteer Experience:
- 2000-2002 Member of organizing committee for YC Newfoundland, primarily
responsible for stage and lighting design, backline equipment, as well as
some production coordination.
- 1998-2002 Technical Director of Lytehouse Youth Ministries,
responsible for sound systems, lighting, and technical teams.
- 1998-1999 IEEE Student Branch Chairperson (and vice-Chair for
- 1995-2002 - Assistant technician for weekly church radio broadcast.
- 1992-2002 - Regular member of technical production team at Bethesda church, advising on
audio-visual system design and installation.
- 1998,1995,1994,1992 Traveled with youth teams working with local
churches in Estonia, Iceland, the Netherlands, and Trinidad and Tobago.
References available upon request.