Ken specializes in writing short and longform articles and blog posts, on a wide variety of issues, including technology, science, health and wellbeing, arts and culture, science and many more. He is a careful and conscientious writer and editor, and dedicated researcher. He has a careful eye for detail, and is comfortable working with tight deadlines.
Ken is an avid blog and article writer, and enjoys researching and writing on a wide variety of contemporary issues. In addition to writing, Ken is an avid baker, biker, beer-snob, and cat-dad. He likes to read, listen to podcasts, play video games, and keep up on the latest shows on Netflix.
Obtained Masters of Arts in philosophy from the University of Alberta.
Ken has written many articles and blog posts on issues in science and technology for a number of online magazines and blogs. He specializes in writing on newsworthy scientific developments - recent examples include Covid-19 vaccines, performance-enhancing drugs, and CRISPR - breaking down complex issues and presenting them in ways that are easy to understand. He has also written numerous articles about the practice of science itself, including topics in science journalism and science communication.
Ken has a decade of experience working in higher education as an instructor and writer, and has worked for a number of universities in Canada and Europe. He brings an insiders perspective to issues in education, university policy, academic publishing, and more. He specializes in topics in arts, science, and the humanities.
Ken has written many blog posts and articles on issues pertaining to entertainment, including video games, sports, music, movies, books, and arts and culture. He likes to keep up on everything popular and entertaining, often looking at how seemingly small developments in entertainment fit into the bigger picture.
Ken has 4 years of experience writing articles on a variety of contemporary issues, including topics in science, technology, arts and culture, health and wellbeing, and many others. He also has many additional years of experience writing articles for academic audiences, and has produced over 20 journal articles and book chapters in the humanities. He is comfortable writing short and longform articles, from 500 words to 10,000, and anywhere in between.
Ken has written over many blog posts for online magazines and websites, including The Prindle Post, the Institute of Art and Ideas, Psyche, and others. He specializes in writing on complex contemporary issues, breaking them down in ways that are entertaining and easy to understand.