I’m a born and raised Montrealer. I studied journalism and political science at Concordia University, and since then have spent most of my time working in media and devoting free time to community organizing and activism. I co-founded a well-received, but short-lived, magazine about Montreal called Siafu. For seven years I worked with the Media Co-op, first as an editor and then as the National Co-ordinator, helping to make sure our magazine, The Dominion, came out every two months.
I’ve had the chance to work with a wide range of organizations, ranging from the Canadian Federation of Students – Quebec to the National Film Board. I’ve also been a volunteer with CKUT 90.3FM radio, Donald Burman UP House, and the Comité logement Petite-Patrie, among other organizations. I’m fascinated by how we communicate and how we can use language and media as an empowering tool for social change.
Want to hire me?
I can be reached at tim.mcsorley [at] gmail.com or at (514) 561-9919. Contact me to discuss projects and rates.
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