Kim Barry Brunhuber is a writer, television reporter, and documentary filmmaker who lives in Ottawa. He started his career at CBC radio, then went on to become a television journalist and news anchor. He worked for some time as a reporter in Halifax, where he was one of the first on the scene during the Swissair tragedy. His news stories have been broadcast around the globe, and his articles and fiction reviews have appeared in newspapers across the country. He also hosts a nationally distributed book review segment. Born in Montreal, he has a bachelor and master of journalism from Carleton University. Kameleon Man is his first novel.
Festivals: 2004 (Canada-Europa), 2004 (fall)