I attended St. John’s College in Brantford, Ontario, Canada and did my undergraduate at Queen’s University at Kingston, Ontario where I obtained my B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and my M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering.  I then worked in Montreal as a project engineer with ATS Aerospace in the Montreal area where I was responsible for on the preliminary design and the aerodynamic calculations of a Mach 2+ supersonic Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), wind tunnel testing, performance and control analysis, 6 DOF flight and projectiles analysis for Department of National Defence Canada.

As I am a person with many interest, I decided to attend McGill University to pursue my Diploma in Education in order to be able to teach high school.  Upon finishing my studies in Montreal, I was offered at teaching position at Sunway College in Malaysia where I taught for 4 years.  I then moved to Singapore to teach at the Canadian International School (CIS).  While teaching at CIS, I was offered a scholarship to pursue my Ph.D. in Flight Simulator development.  Here I go again, packing my bags and Melbourne, Australia here I come!  As my family use to say “ a rolling stone gathers no moss”.