Claudia is hurt from the divorce of her parents and spends her time talking to goldfish and writing poems in her private place. The film tells in captivating ways how a fragile teen girl mature through the use of fantastical doll animation and the heroine’s talented performance using masks to portray different characters.
Attended the University of Toronto Theatre Studies program and went on to study directing at the National Theatre School of Canada. Directed < Glass Menagerie> and < As You Like It> as the artistic director of < Go Chicken Go> theater company. < I, Claudia> is his first feature film and was voted one of the Top Ten Films in Canada in 2004.