Along with John Mann, one of the founders of Spirit of the West. He needed the extra time to get up to speed. Plays flute, whistles, bodhran, guitar, gob iron, left wing. Is very thrifty. One of the two best drinkers on the squad.
Has appeared as a guest musician on the albums of Paul Hyde ("Love & the Great Depression"), Murray McLaughlin ("Gulliver's Taxi"), Irish Rovers ("Spuds, Spuds, Spuds!"), The Irish Descendants, (and probably an Irish Spring commercial), as well as having produced "The Paperboys" debut album. He has a music collection so large that he fears assassination by impatient museum curators.
Born in Scotland when dinosaurs roamed the Earth, he now lives in North Vancouver with his wife Alison, son Ben, and daughter Maeve.