Latest Update - April 13th 2009

Currently Seeking NDT related employment.

CGSB UT1 Certified Effective Feb 10th 2009.

Was employed with Acuren from Sept 08 to Feb 09 as an NDT Tech. Now unemployed due to the slow down in the oil industry.

Resume updated to reflect new contact info, work experience, and qualifications.


Potential employers viewing this page, please feel free to contact me at the following email address ( ), and download a copy of my resume in .doc or .pdf formats using the links below. If you wish to save a copy of either to your computer, right click on on your link of choice, and select "save link as" or "save target as" depending on your chioce of web browser.


What is Nondestructive Testing?

From Wikipedia - Nondestructive testing (NDT), also called nondestructive examination (NDE) and nondestructive inspection (NDI), is testing that does not destroy the test object. NDE is vital for constructing and maintaining all types of components and structures. To detect different defects such as cracking and corrosion, there are different methods of testing available, such as X-ray (where cracks show up on the film) and ultrasound (where cracks show up as an echo blip on the screen). For more information on Nondestructive testing, visit the following Wikipedia page.

Here are a few photos from the program thus far, including the Mag particle, Liquid penetrant, and Radiographic, and Ultra Sonic methods. The link below will open a external gallery in a new tab or window. In the coming weeks i will have the gallery fully integrated into, and have many more photos uploaded from school and other areas of intrest (im also a bit of a photographer).

Click to enter the NDT Gallery

Webmaster -

  • In 2005, i founded a website called Ride The Rock, dedicated to adventure riding in Newfoundland and Labrador.

  • Initially started as a place for friends and local riders to plan and post reports from rides, we have now grown to over 600 members (and rising steadly), with regular visitors from all over the globe.

    There’s always something new to discover when Riding the Rock!