Introducing Evidentia Channel

evidentia, ae, f. Latin noun meaning “evidence; distinctness of language; proof; the quality or state of being transparent.”

Water drop: photo by G. Cardinal, Norway

Water drop: photo by G. Cardinal, Norway

Evidentia Channel – a work in progress – will present a family of creative works in English and French – films, original books, exclusive translations into English of classical French and Italian books, History and Nature podcasts and other works.

George Tombs

George Tombs: photo by Marie Frenette

I am a Montreal-based artist-historian. I work as a film director, author and translator of literary works, while keeping a foot in the university world. After an MA and PhD in the History and Philosophy of Science from McGill University and a postgraduate year in Medical Sciences at Oxford University, plus two years teaching at the State University of New York, I spent seven years developing courses and teaching  at Athabasca University.

I have worked for TV, radio, news magazines and newspapers, in both English and French, reporting first-hand on nature, climate change, disappearances, refugees, hostages, terrorists, aboriginal societies, desert nomads, slaves, spiritual leaders, Nobel-winning scientists, inventors, criminal trials and heads of government on six continents. Over the years, I must have interviewed more than 10,000 people. Each person has a story to relate…

Anyway, here’s to hoping life is smiling upon you! Drop me a line when you have a chance!

Best, George Tombs

Dawn at Iqaluit: photo by GT

Dawn at Iqaluit: photo by GT