I’m not a jerk.
That should do, but if you need more detail:
1989: 13 years old. First radio gig at CKGB/CFTI Radio – in Timmins, Ontario.
1994: Ryerson University in Toronto: BAA in Radio and TV Arts - while co-hosting the afternoon drive show on Mix 99.9 (Kat and the Nat)
1999: host of the evening show “N@ @ Nite” on Montreal’s Mix 96.
A few months later…
2000: morning co-host of “Andre and Nat in the Morning” – an award-winning duo, honoured with the Canadian Association of Broadcaster’s Gold Ribbon Award for Humour. National coverage for driving a zamboni from Montreal to Toronto (slow news week?).
2002: Midday show, “The Nat Show” on Virgin Radio 96, which was consistently #1 in it’s time slot. Frequently voted among the Top 10 “Best Radio Hosts” by readers of Montreal’s Mirror publication
2011: semi-retirement? A June resignation to focus on home-based voicework business and a new blog: Montrealdogblog.com while hosting weekends at 925 The Beat in Montreal.
Voicework: Canada’s Life Network, City TV, Fox Kids, YTV, Just for Laughs Montreal/Chicago…numerous narrations/commercials/on-hold messaging
Writing: humour columnist for the Canadian magazines “Fresh” and “MUM” (Mens Ultimate Magazine) as well as the Montreal-based publications, The Monitor, The Westmount Examiner and the West Island Chronicle.
Web: created and launched portal for Montreal pet owners: www.montrealdogblog.com in Sept. 2010. Read a feature article (and see a big fat head) here.
Nat also appeared on the first cross-border taping of TLC’s “Trading Spaces”.