I'm currently a Senior Aircraft Accident Investigator with the Transportation Safety Board of Canada with 16 years of investigation experience under my belt. Prior to that I was a maintenance supervisor with Bradley Air Services/First Air in the Canadian Arctic. My Arctic travels took me all over the Canadian Arctic and Greenland, maintaining Twin Otters, King Airs, Hawker Siddley 748s, Boeing 727s and 737s and a variety of general aviation and military aircraft. My love for flight simulation has been around along as flight simulators have been available to the masses. After years of flying simulators I wanted aircraft that represented the aircraft I used to work on, which in turn led to me learning how paint AI aircraft. I later expanded this to flyable aircraft so I could fly the aircraft I wanted fly and fill the Canadian skies with Canadian aircraft. Later I started taking requests for aircraft and then several years ago I joined a Canadian freeware scenery design group called Flight Ontario and starting painting static low poly count models for the airport scenery we developed. It's an enjoyable hobby and I love painting aircraft and giving back to community whatever I can.