It’s pronounced “HOW-in.”

Hello, I’m Jack.

I’m an experienced reporter, editor and photographer. I’ve worked on major stories in national newsrooms at the CBC, National Post and the Globe and Mail.

Right now I’m a summer reporter on the Globe’s national desk writing breaking hits from police pressers and city meetings, and working closely with reporters to provide in-depth coverage of issues like gun violence in Toronto. Here are all my Globe stories.

At the Post I covered a little bit of everything, including the implosion of Rebel Media, RCMP rights abuses, a weird amount about free speech, and donut mysteries. Here are all my Post stories.

I spent a few months at CBC Vancouver as an associate producer, building out web stories from radio interviews.

Before all that, I spent five years muckraking at Canada’s best J school, The Ubyssey, where I broke stories about confidential grading schemes and student union execs firing their own oversight and blowing hundreds of thousands of dollars on a party. Here’s everything I’ve written for the greatest student paper in the world.

When it was alive I also wrote for the Syrup Trap, Canada’s favourite humour magazine.

If you make the hiring decisions at a newspaper, I love you, and my contact information is on the right.